Blacktown Hospital in New South Wales, Australia has partnered with Todae Solar to have a new 760KW solar rooftop system installed during the coronavirus pandemic.
The solar installer says 1,900 panels were used, spanning several wings and multiple buildings.
The hospital's new solar project is expected to have an annual output of more than 1GWh, equivalent to removing 737 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from the atmosphere.
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