Mushroom firm in on-site solar investment

Walsh Mushrooms, based in Evesham in the UK, has installed 953 solar panels on the roof, equating to 247.78 kW on their HQ building.

Developed by Mypower, the project off-sets 20% of the electricity demand from Walsh’s Evesham depot.
Walsh mushrooms solar panels

The company invested £225,000 (US$350,000) in the project.

Chairman Alan Walsh: ‘Our solar investment will help us to avoid over 90 tonnes of carbon emissions each year which is part of our on-going group wide policy to deliver a sustainable product to customers, something we are very passionate about.’

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