A new 160kW solar panel system has been installed at the Bundaberg Rum Distillery to reduce carbon emissions at the famous distillery and award-winning tourism attraction.
The solar panels, installed on the roof of the Distillery Visitor Experience Centre and carpark, are expected to help reduce electricity usage by about 260 megawatt hours a year, and save more than 200 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.
This small but important step helps move the distillery towards its target of achieving net zero carbon emissions in its direct operations by 2030.
The solar panels are one small but important step towards this target.
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