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Stanley Black & Decker moves towards carbon neutrality

Stanley Black & Decker is one step closer to its goal of carbon neutrality by 2030 with the new 4.3 MW solar farm that has started renewable energy production in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

Friday, April 28, 2023

Stanley Black & Decker moves towards carbon neutrality

Stanley Black & Decker moves towards carbon neutrality - Photograph by Courtesy of Stanley Black & Decker

Energy
Green Energy - News

Taner Korkmaz

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Stanley Black & Decker, in partnership with Castillo Engineering and RPG Energy, inaugurated its first privately funded, 100% renewable solar energy project. The solar farm, which will provide clean energy to Stanley Black & Decker's 280,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, covers an area of approximately 15 acres.

This new solar farm is important to Stanley Black & Decker's sustainable environmental policy and is expected to reduce 5,500 metric tons of C02 annually. And also thanks to this renewable energy investment, Stanley Black & Decker aims to achieve energy savings of approximately $400,000 annually.

Stanley Black & Decker continues to invest in its mission to be carbon-neutral by 2030, including the solar farm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The annual production of the solar farm, the largest 100% renewable energy solar project in the state of Kentucky, is projected to exceed the needs of Stanley Black & Decker's manufacturing facility. And in this way, the facility will provide the excess energy back to the state.

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