Photon Energy to roll out solar projects for ALDI

Photon Energy Australia Pty Ltd

Tuesday, 22 January, 2019


Photon Energy to roll out solar projects for ALDI

Photon Energy Engineering Australia will roll out 4.6 MWp solar projects across 30 stores and a distribution centre of the supermarket chain ALDI in NSW and Queensland.

The company will design, install and commission the projects as well as provide comprehensive monitoring and O&M services. Combined, the 31 installations are designed to generate more than 6.3 GWh of clean energy every year.

“Photon Energy is very proud to be cooperating with ALDI to transform its stores into solar power generators capable of providing a large proportion of their daytime electricity consumption,” said Photon Energy’s Managing Director, Michael Gartner.

“Photon Energy will also provide state-of-the-art monitoring as well as operation and maintenance services to ensure the systems are highly reliable with the maximum positive impact for ALDI.”

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