Going green sees Goldenfields Water give back to the environment

Published on 30 May 2018

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Goldenfields Water’s new solar energy system has saved more than 7500 kg of CO2 emissions in its first six months. The CO2 savings and environmental benefit of cutting carbon-based energy is equivalent to 25 planted trees.

General Manager Darryl Hancock said Goldenfileds Water is committed to minimising its carbon footprint.

‘We’re pleased to see the reduction in carbon emissions since the panels were installed on our Temora administration building on Parkes St in December 2017,’ Mr Hancock said. 

‘By using clean energy such as solar, we’ve been able to reduce our dependence on carbon-based energy. We will continue to look for ways to implement clean energy in our work and strive for good environmental outcomes.’

Since installation, the panels have produced nearly 20 MWh of energy.