Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre was originally established as a landfill in 1974. In 1989-90, resource recovery operations commenced on site and Kimbriki became a Recycling and Waste Disposal Centre. Kimbriki works with the community, shareholders, employees, partners and the waste industry to deliver and promote efficient services that reduce waste to landfill and increase resource recovery.
Solar Choice aided Kimbriki’s senior team source a number of competitive proposals that met the requirements of the business on their solar project. Upon reviewing the proposals – Kimbriki saw the benefits in a Solar Power Purchase Agreement which enables them to avoid the upfront costs of solar and the risks of owning a solar system while still making a significant reduction in energy costs. Solar Choice’s Engineering Team conducted an independent analysis of the business case and ensure the figures they received from solar installers were realistic.
Solar Choice were able to source the perfect fit which came in the form of an 80kw install, 10 year term and utilising Jinko & Fronius as the preferred components. During the lifetime of the project this will prevent over 5,000 tonnes of carbon emissions.
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