Darley headquarters is going solar. With solar panels installed, over 75% of the facility’s annual energy load will be covered, with an estimated 203,565 solar energy output (kWh). It is expected to generate 4,631,104 kWh of energy over the next 25 years.
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Fossil fuel consumption is one of the leading causes of global warming. The more traditional energy sources we burn, like oil, gas, and coal, the more greenhouse gases we release into the atmosphere. These pollutants can disrupt earth’s delicate balance, leading to climate change and environmental destruction. However, energy produced by solar panels doesn’t emit CO2 or other greenhouse gases. By installing solar panels, Darley will offset 257,654 lbs. of CO2 per year, equivalent to planting 66.56 acres of trees yearly. Darley will draw less traditional energy from the grid, reducing its carbon footprint. The company’s work in renewable energy and green business is an ongoing process, one that it is fully committed to.
For more information, visit www.darley.com.