Keele University continues its pledge to be carbon neutral by 2030 with the launch of the Low Carbon Energy Generation Park in 2022.
Working in partnership with ENGIE, the park will feature two wind turbines, 12,500 solar panels as well as an industrial-sized battery to store the generated energy.
The new facility will be situated at the back of Kreme University’s Science and Innovation Park. It will generate up to 50% of the university’s campus electricity requirements from renewable sources when it becomes fully operational in 2022.
Find out more and read about the construction process on their website.