Kärcher has upgraded its Banbury HQ with 967 solar panels, able to generate 44% of its energy needs.
The cleaning technology firm says the move will allow it to slash its emissions footprint, cut its energy bills and reduce its reliance on the grid over the next 25 years.
Clean energy asset manager Zestec and financing partner NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) employed an innovative Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) model to allow Kärcher to benefit from the new infrastructure immediately without having to provide any capital outlay.
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