Monday, 30 June 2008

SAS goes Solar

Business intelligence software company SAS has announced that it's working with a local power utility to develop a solar electric power farm on the campus of its North Carolina headquarters. The 1-megawatt photovoltaic solar array will cover five acres and is estimated to generate 1.7m kWh per year, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by over 1,600 tons annually.

We reported on SAS' Sustainability Management offering back in May and this looks like a further tick in the box of making the company a leading 'Green' software supplier.

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