Distribution Network Service Provider (DNSP), Endeavour Energy has announced plans to harness solar power across 13 of its sites, totalling 1.9MW, proudly installed by Todae Solar.
This is enough to power around 400 homes and will support the energy consumption of its head office and 12 field support centres.
“We expect to shave up to 40% off our existing electricity bills on these sites and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our operations by 1,778 tonnes per year,” explains Endeavour Energy’s General Manager Safety, Human Resources & Environment Andrew Pitman. “Endeavour Energy is joining two million other Australian customers who have installed solar systems to reduce their power bills and greenhouse footprint.”
Speaking on the future of the solar market, Andrew commented, “Commercial solar has really taken off in Australia, turning worksites like ours into clean power stations to reduce our operating costs and carbon emissions… By 2037, nearly half of the energy supplied in the National Electricity Market will come from widely dispersed renewable sources.”
Todae Solar will install Endeavour Energy’s solar power systems in a phased manner and were selected largely due to their quality and safety standards.
CEO of Todae Solar, Danin Kahn, commented that, “we are proud to have been selected as the go-to solar energy provider for the industry and look forward to what the future of this partnership holds.”
This is the second rollout of its kind carried out by Todae Solar, following a 27 site rollout of another NSW DSNP, currently being completed across NSW. Todae Solar expects this uptake in solar energy to continue as increasingly more organisations take advantage of solar in order to control of rising energy costs and environmental concerns.
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