Leviton to invest £600,000 to generate solar energy at its Scottish facility

Dec. 20, 2022
Leviton is spending £600,000 to make its carbon-neutral facility in Scotland even greener by adding solar panels to the plant’s roof.

Leviton is spending £600,000 to make its carbon-neutral facility in Scotland even greener by adding solar panels to the plant’s roof. According to Leviton, the solar installation is part of a larger improvement project at the Glenrothes manufacturing facility, which includes new production equipment.

In a recent quote, Ian Wilkie, Managing Director of Leviton Network Solutions Europe, said, "The ability to generate solar energy onsite will help us offset soaring energy costs in the UK and supports our commitment to reducing carbon emissions, developing clean, renewable energy, and reducing our carbon footprint. Upon completion, the solar panels will help reduce the company's annual energy needs."