Greene King support centre

Hitting net zero targets with solar power

Greene King, the UK’s leading pub company and brewer, has committed to net zero by 2040.

As such the company is taking on a range of measures to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions at its pubs, breweries, support centres and distribution centres.

  • Design and install of roof-mounted solar panels
  • 82 kW system powering the office building
  • Offset more than 13 tonnes of carbon per year
  • Forecast payback time of around 6 years

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Commitment to achieve net zero

Olympus Power designed and installed solar power for the Greene King support centre in Burton Upon Trent. The 193 solar panels at Sunrise House are forecast to generate 82 kW a year, with all the power being used on site.

Paul Garland, Property Services Director at Greene King said: “Using solar energy at our support centre supports Greene King’s commitment to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieve Net Zero by 2040.”

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Solar as part of UK plan

The substantial emissions savings and long-term lower-energy prices, plus a range of renewable options that can be rolled out across the country, make partnering with Olympus Power a perfect choice for Greene King with sites across the country.

Greene King are also rolling out Voltage Optimisation units to 300 sites across the UK, read more here.

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