Installing photovoltaics in a manufacturing company brings a number of environmental benefits, especially in terms of reducing CO2 emissions:

What environmental benefits will come from installing photovoltaics in a manufacturing company?

Reducing CO2 emissions

Photovoltaic panels produce energy from the solar radiation, which means they do not emit CO2 when generating electricity. Shifting some or all of a company’s energy needs to renewable sources can significantly reduce its global carbon footprint.

Reducing dependence on fossil fuels

Using photovoltaics reduces dependence on volatile fossil fuel markets. In the long term, this can lead to a reduction in global demand for coal, oil and gas, which in turn contributes to lower global CO2 emissions.

Long-term financial and environmental benefits

While the initial cost of installing photovoltaics may be high, they bring financial benefits in the long term by lowering energy bills. This, in turn, can encourage other companies to invest in renewable energy sources, accelerating global efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.

Promoting environmental responsibility

A manufacturing company that invests in photovoltaic technology can be seen as a leader in environmental responsibility. This can attract customers who pay attention to sustainable business practices and motivate other companies to follow suit.

Reducing other forms of pollution

In addition to CO2, traditional energy production methods can emit other harmful compounds, such as nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides. Using solar energy helps reduce these emissions.

Installation of photovoltaics as an investment in the sustainable development of business

In summary, the installation of photovoltaics at a manufacturing company is not only a step towards reducing CO2 emissions, but also a strategic investment in the sustainable development and future of the company.

Following this path, ROSINSKI PACKAGING started an investment at the end of 2023 involving installation of photovoltaic panel system in both of its factories – in Bielsko-Biala and Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki.

The installation of the photovoltaic system will allow to avoids CO2 emissions at the level of:

– 358.6t in Bielsko-Biała

– 628.6t in Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki

Which gives a total of 987.2t less CO2 in the atmosphere.

Completion of the work and the start of green energy generation is expected in September 2024.