Nissan expands renewable energy at Sunderland Plant

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Nissan plans a major expansion of renewable energy at its plant in Sunderland, UK.

Complementing the plant’s existing wind turbines and solar farm, the proposed 20MW solar farm extension represents a further step in Nissan’s path to carbon neutrality. If approved, the 37,000-panel extension would result in 20% of the plant’s energy coming from all onsite renewables, enough to build every single zero-emission Nissan LEAF sold in Europe.

“Renewables have already made a big difference to our business and we continue to look for ways to make the manufacturing process more sustainable.

Alan Johnson, vice president manufacturing at Nissan Sunderland.

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