Scheuten Solar is to install PV systems on two sloped roofs and a flat roof of Faymonville's manufacturing sites in Wallonia.This would be the largest photovoltaic project in Wallonia. The solar panels are expected to save around 300 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year. The units for Faymonville constitute Scheuten Solars first project in Wallonia.
Ad Verbaas, director of project development adds, "Until now, Wallonia has remained virgin territory for us. As such, this project in collaboration with a renowned party like Faymonville counts as a significant starting point for further activities.
Guy Fickers, technical director at Faymonville says, "The PV installation will produce part of our annual electricity consumption. This underlines that our innovative, economical and ecological thinking and acting goes a step further than our trailer manufacturing. Were looking forward to realize the project together with Scheuten with the same professionalism as prevalent during the preparation and acquisition phase."
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