Geraldton Fishermen's Co-Operative (Brolos) has supplied premium-quality Western Rock Lobster, to customers across the globe since 1950. Their new Welshpool Live Lobster Export Facility is the latest addition to the Co-op’s strategic network. Covering more than 4000m2, this purpose designed and built facility is the world’s largest rock lobster export facility. 80 tonnes of live lobster will be held in a climate controlled, computer monitored aquaculture system, in more than 1,200 tonnes of refrigerated seawater.
As a business with a strong commitment to sustainability and to support their high energy requirements, Geraldton Fishermen's Co-Operative decided to invest in solar for their Welshpool warehouse. After careful consideration, Infinite Energy was selected to install one of the largest PV systems in Perth at an impressive 522kW. The system will not only save the business thousands each year on utility bills, it has also set them up for future energy security. With a total power output per annum of 848,957 kWh of clean energy, the equivalent of over 2471 trees per year and 662 tonnes of C02 saved, the system certainly does its part for the environment too.
|Company||Geraldton Fishermen's Co-Operative|
|Industry||Retail & Hospitality|
|Solution||Solar Power & Grid Electricity - System capacity 522.43kW
|CO2- e. Abatement Per Year||662 tonnes|
|CO2 Equivalent Reduction||2471 trees saved per year|
|Energy Output Per Year||848,957 kWh|