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Sushi Train (53kW)

Sushi Train (53kW)

Founded in 1993, Sushi Train Pty Ltd is well known for the unique Japanese dining concept of picking fresh sushi moving along a conveyor belt. Today, Sushi Train Pty Ltd has 49 restaurants across Australia and 2 in New Zealand.

In an effort to tackle rising electricity overheads, Sushi Train Pty Ltd sought out an alternative energy solution and chose Infinite Energy to design and install a 53.13kW SunPower and SMA system at their Head office in Queensland. Generating 86,336kWh of clean energy each year, the system reduces Sushi Train’s annual CO2 abatement by 67 tonnes, the equivalent of saving 251 tress each year.

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Company Sushi Train
Location Stapylton, QLD
Installation Date 2017
Industry Retail & Hospitality
Solution Solar Power System - System Capacity 53.13 kW  
  • 138 x 385W SunPower Panels
  • 3 x SMA Sunny Boy Inverters
CO2- e. Abatement Per Year 67 tonnes
CO2 Equivalent Reduction 251 trees saved per year
Energy Output Per Year 86,336kWh

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