Lindum expects concrete bill decrease with solar set up: Construction firm Lindum has purchased a solar array project located at its North Hykeham Business Park in Lincoln that is anticipated to lower its yearly electricity bill by nearly £16,000.

The solar array is made up of 429 panels, that can generate as much as 156kW of electricity each hour through peak sunshine which is equivalent to the amount required to drive 600 miles in an electric vehicle.

It will additionally help cancel out over 66 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually – the same amount that 3,176 fully grown trees would absorb.

The project, set up by UK Alternative Energy, promotes Lindum’s goal to become a net zero carbon business by 2031. Furthermore, it is collaborating with The Planet Mark to certify and measure its carbon footprint.

It is Lindum’s 5th solar instalment, with other arrays situated at its Waste Recycling Centre in Saxilby, Joinery workshop in Lincoln, Stores building in Lincoln as well as the Peterborough Business Park.

Lindum expects concrete bill decrease with solar set up

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