PRLog - July 9, 2010 - The solar photovoltaic panels, made by Mitsubishi and supplied by RenEnergy of Norwich, use specially constructed silicon sheets to convert the sun’s energy into electricity. They will help the agency to become greener, reducing its carbon footprint.
Tim Morgan in front of The Publicity Works' solar panelsz
“Businesses are increasingly aware of the need for ecological responsibility. This investment underlines our green credentials,”
The Publicity Works roof is an ideal situation for solar panels, as it is south-facing and shade-free from dawn till dusk. Any excess electricity generated by the panels is fed back into the national grid.
Tim Morgan adds: “The electricity these cells produce will help to run the office computers and systems, no problem. But we’ll have to see if they can cope with the massive energy pull generated by the office tea urn! Luckily the recent sunshine has been giving energy production a boost.”
For more information about The Publicity Works, visit www.publicityworks.biz or call 01263 761000
For more information about RenEnergy, visit their www.renenergy.co.uk or call 0845 2252727
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