Shell has officially opened its solar park at the Shell Moerdijk Chemical Plant in the Netherlands.
With 76 000 panels, the solar park has a peak capacity of 27 MW. The generated solar energy will be used to help power operations at Shell Moerdijk.
“Developing this solar power plant in Moerdijk fits within Shell’s ambition to play an active role in the Dutch energy transition,” says Marjan van Loon, President-Director Shell Nederland. “We are eager to limit emissions through energy efficiency improvements of our processes and investments in new energy activities. To accelerate energy transition, it is important that we align our activities to the ideas and initiatives in society. We know dialogue and collaboration is the key to success.”
Robin Mooldijk, Executive Vice President for Manufacturing at Shell said: “At all Shell’s oil refineries and chemicals plants we are working to improve utilisation, energy efficiency and carbon intensity. Alongside process improvements and equipment upgrades, we also need vision and imagination. This solar park, now operational and helping to power our Moerdijk chemicals plant, is part of that.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/14032019/shell-opens-solar-park-at-chemical-plant/
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