With a total output of almost one megawatt peak (MWp), the solar modules have been installed on three different roofs. The installation, says the company, accounts for an annual reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of approximately 450 tonnes. This results in the installation making a significant contribution towards the sustainable nature of WDP.
Thanks to the flexibility of Scheuten Solar we were able to have the systems up and running within two-and-a-half months from the moment we signed the contract to fulfillment, stated Dirk van Buggenhout, WDP project manager.
By means of this project, WDP says it is aiming to respond to the increasingly fervent demand from industry, society and policymakers to fulfil the Europe 2020 target to work hard on an effective reduction of CO2 emissions.
As well as an Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract, a Support and Maintenance contract has been signed.
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