WWL Oceania’s Technical Services facility in Laverton, Melbourne, has installed an 18Kw solar panel system on its workshop roof. The system, which is estimated to cover up to 33 per cent of the electricity needs of the facility, has produced energy worth 3.3 MWh – equivalent to a car travelling 19,059 km or an Australian electricity bill worth AUD 960 (EUR 800) – since its installation in November. This is part of WWL’s Castor Green Terminal initiative, which is seeking to develop a zero-emission terminal concept for the future.
Oceania Tech Services goes solar
WWL Oceania’s Technical Services facility in Melbourne, has installed a solar panel system.