3C-CARBON | 06. Apr 2021
3C-Carbon Group AG is continuously working on its climate footprint and has now taken another step forward: A total of 852 photovoltaic modules were recently installed and connected on three of the new production halls in the steadily growing Lechrain Technology Park.
"Environmental protection and climate neutrality are two high priorities for 3C," emphasises Managing Director Karsten Jerschke. "As we continue to grow both organically and through acquisitions, we are consistently developing the company in these areas as well." In a first step, modules with a nominal output of 500 kWp are projected, of which 300 kWp are already installed and in operation. The company is using high-quality modules from German production.
By autumn, the 3C-Carbon Group will further increase the amount of electricity generated from photovoltaics. Modules with another 500 kWp will be installed on the new production halls currently under construction, so that by the end of the year solar use will be able to cover about one megawatt of peak power demand and thus reduce CO2 emissions by about 500 tonnes annually.