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Cutting the carbon footprint of Nectere House

In the last two weeks Nectere have made major improvements into greening their building. An entire roof of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels have been put in place at Nectere House. Solar panel electricity systems capture the sun’s energy using PV cells and convert it into electricity.

The PV cells don’t always need direct sunlight to work, and can still generate electricity on cloudy days. A typical home solar PV system could save over a tonne of carbon dioxide per year and we are predicting to save more than this through the amount of PV cells we have at Nectere House.

Paul Musgrove, MD at Nectere, said “It is very exciting to be able to get this project finished. We are really dedicated to protecting the environment and it’s a massive step into becoming a carbon neutral company.”

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