The 2.88-megawatt solar plant atop Robinsons Starmills was inaugurated on Monday, breaking existing records on such a renewable energy generator installed for a shopping mall’s own consumption. The facility is seen to cut carbon dioxide emission by 2.25 million kilograms – comparable to the planting of 100,000 trees or removing 5.5 million miles worth of vehicular carbon emissions.

Source: Inquirer

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