RenEnergy has secured a partnership with Norwich City Football Club, after completing two separate rooftop solar installations at its Lotus Training Centre.
A total of 192 panels have been installed over two roofs – the gym and academy building – as part of Norwich’s £5mn redevelopment of its training ground. It is expected to generate 57,596kWh of energy each year and save 25,658kg of CO2 in the process. The club had noted the redevelopment would increase energy demand with the use of solar PV ensuring its forecasted energy bill is significantly reduced through on-site generation.
RenEnergy has also become a club sponsor for the duration of the 2019-20 season.
Tom Lloyd, Sales and Market Director at RenEnergy, said: “Though we’re a national business, we’re passionate about helping local organisations generate their own clean energy – and what more iconic regional institution than Norwich City? The installation at Lotus Training Centre will generate clean energy for use by the football club, reducing energy spend. As well as being a financially sensible investment, it also demonstrates the club’s corporate commitment to the environment.”