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Marschacht site: Systematically reducing carbon emissions

The Bruno Bock Group has reached another milestone on its way to becoming carbon-neutral: a photovoltaic roof installation with a capacity of 324 kilowatt-peak (kWp) has been in operation over an area of 1,700 square meters since the end of May.

“Energy efficiency and environmental protection are embedded in our strategic corporate goals. The photovoltaic plant is a vital first step towards reaching our ambitious targets”, said Stefan Wickmann, CEO of the Bruno Bock Group. He added: “The plant enables us to produce around eight percent of our renewable power requirement ourselves, which represents an annual saving of some 112 tonnes of CO2 compared with conventionally sourced power.”

As part of its energy management strategy the company is successively introducing projects and processes to    increase energy efficiency on a continuous basis, which results in lower energy consumption and lower CO2 emissions. In addition, electricity bought on the external market comes only from renewable sources, which is known as “green power”, and the expansion of regenerative energy systems at the Marschacht location is advancing rapidly, with this photovoltaic installation marking the first stage.

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