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Hetts Goes Green with Solar Panels

Hetts has announced that it has now switched to 80% renewable energy. The company has installed solar panels on its office, which now generate enough electricity to power 80% its operations. A total of 45 solar panels have been installed generating up to 20kW at peak output.

“We are committed to doing our part to reduce our carbon footprint,” said Hetts partner, Ashley Connell. “By switching to solar power, we are able to generate our own electricity and reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. This is a significant step forward in our sustainability journey.”

Solar panels are a great way to generate renewable energy. They are clean, efficient, and low-maintenance. Solar panels can also save businesses money on their energy bills.

In addition to installing solar panels, Hetts is also taking other steps to reduce its carbon emissions. The company has switched to energy-efficient lighting and appliances, and it is working to improve the energy efficiency of its buildings.

  • In addition to installing solar panels, Hetts has also switched to energy-efficient lighting and appliances.
  • Hetts is working to improve the energy efficiency of its buildings with double glazing and insulation where possible.
  • Hetts is committed to reducing its waste by using less paper and recycling more materials. All staff are asked to segregate plastic and cardboard waste
  • Hetts is working to promote sustainable practices among its employees and customers.

Hetts’ commitment to renewable energy is part of a larger trend in the UK. The UK government has set a target of generating 50% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. The UK is already a world leader in renewable energy, and Hetts is helping to lead the way.

Hetts’ commitment to sustainability is an example of how businesses can make a difference in the fight against climate change. By investing in renewable energy, reducing their carbon emissions, and promoting sustainable practices, businesses can help to create a cleaner future.

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