On-site solar powering Wolverhampton Science Park

The University of Wolverhampton Science Park has completed a landmark solar photovoltaic project, which will help the UK-based facility drastically reduce its emissions.

Caplor Energy
designed, installed and commissioned a solar array in order to make the science park become more self-sufficient.

Caplor Energy designed a 49.59kWp solar PV array consisting of 261 solar panels and covering the equivalent of two tennis courts.

The solar company estimates that the array will produce over 40,000kWh of electricity each year and save over 20 tonnes of CO2 in the process.

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