The increase of “greenhouse gases”, generated from the use of fossil carbon-based energy sources, is influencing climate change, provoking the so-called “hole in the ozone layer”, which increase earth temperatures and sea’s levels.
Producing “clean” energy from renewable sources, like the sun and the wind, is fundamental in order to reduce CO2 emissions.
In 2012, GRS commissioned its photovoltaic plant, located on the roofs of four site building consisting of solar panelss occupying a total surface area of 700 square meters.This allowed GRS to generate its own energy from renewable “zero CO2 emission” origin, covering more than 12% of the site’s total energy requirement.
The photovoltaic plant guarantees an overall power of 93.84 Kwp with an average production of over 139,000 Kwh a year.
70 tons the reduction of CO2 emissions in a year
408 the photovoltaic panels installed
more than 123,727 KWh the photovoltaic energy produced in 2014 with respect to a total requirement of 772,723 KWh
12.4 % the amount of photovoltaic consumption compared to the total energy consumption in 2014.