In order to reduce energy consumption, the North American Cultural Center, together with the company Enertiva, put into operation 108 solar panels at the headquarters of La Sabana.
This initiative is part of the Solar Energy Project that aims to take care of the environment with the efficient use of clean energy.
We are being consistent with our institutional strategies of environmental management, looking for allies to implement this type of projects that will allow us to better use our resources, work normally with a natural source and savings to expand educational and cultural projects,”
said Guillermo Madriz , Executive Director of the North American Cultural Center.
The plant with 108 solar panels allows saving 90% of the energy consumed in the headquarters and in addition to generating significant savings in the electricity grid, it avoids the annual emissions of 36 tons of carbon.
This alliance is part of our purpose to facilitate solar energy, supporting more and more institutions to save money on energy, choose sustainability and join the Solar Heroes that contribute to our planet for new generations,”
said Hans Winiker, Commercial Manager of Enertiva.
Enertiva Multilatina is a leader in solar energy at the regional level and has participated in the implementation of the most iconic solar energy projects in Costa Rica and the region.