The benefits of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s new solar panels are now clear for all to see at its Llanion headquarters, following the installation of a real-time display in the building’s foyer.
Sixteen photovoltaic panels were installed on the southern roof of the Authority’s Pembroke Dock offices at the end of March, with more than 300kw hours of electricity generated since then.
National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Tony Brinsden is pictured in front of the new display in the foyer at the Llanion Park headquarters.
As well as giving up to date information on how much power is being generated, the new screen also highlights the total energy produced and the level of carbon dioxide reduction.
The panels will help make a major contribution to the building’s electric energy requirements, as well as working towards meeting Welsh Government targets for carbon emission reductions.