Synectics Solutions Moves Closer to Carbon Neutral Status with Investment in Solar, RE

The company has recently made investment in the installation of a large solar panel array on the roof of its headquarters in Stoke on Trent, and Geo Green Power had completed the installation of 764 panel array, which is expected to generate over 195,000 KWh of energy per year, creating enough electricity for around 25 per cent of it’s needs.

November 23, 2020. By Manu Tayal

Leading fintech solutions provider Synectics Solutions said that it has adopted a multi-pronged approach to minimising its carbon footprint through a variety of innovative investments, which all work together to ensure that energy use is as environmentally friendly, and as low impact, as possible.

For fintech companies like Synectics Solutions energy use is the single biggest factor at play in generating carbon emissions.

It’s estimated that the world’s Information and Technology (IT) sector is expected to account for about 14 per cent of the world’s carbon footprint through its use of energy by 2040 – up from 1.5 per cent in 2007.

The company has recently made investment in the installation of a large solar panel array on the roof of its headquarters in Stoke on Trent, and Geo Green Power had completed the installation of 764 panel array, which is expected to generate over 195,000 KWh of energy per year, creating enough electricity for around 25 per cent of it’s needs.

Besides, the company has also signed a contract with Energy Carbon Management to help source the remainder of its electricity needs from renewable sources only.

Synectics has also recently installed 18 electric vehicle (EV) charging parking bays for its staff, with additional plans to extend this even further as more staff transition to using EVs for their commute to work.

Commenting on the development, Nathan Clews, Facilities Manager at Synectics Solutions said that, “we're constantly looking at ways to minimise the impact that our energy requirements have on the environment. The recent investments we've made with renewable energy generation and procurement has meant that we're getting closer to becoming a zero-impact company when it comes to carbon emissions. In addition to that it's great to know that the increase in our electric vehicle charging infrastructure means we're helping our employees to make the change to lower carbon transport, and reduce their own impact on the environment as well.”

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