1,800 m² of organic photovoltaic films SUNEW LIGHT™ were installed at Natura’s NAN – Núcleo de Aprendizagem Natura (Natura Learning Nucleus) in Cajamar (SP).
Beyond the the innovative design of the film, it is 1.5 millimeter thick and is made from organic, non-toxic, recyclable materials. The installation, which uses of total of 1,580 panels, is currently the largest of its kind in the world.
In this project, Natura seeks to combine the Sunew’s world’s cleanest solar technology with design, innovation and maximum sustainability. The use of solar energy contributes to the reduction pillar of the Natura Carbon Neutral Programme. Launched over ten years ago, the programme is aimed at reducing and offsetting the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by the activities of the company and its value chain. It is estimated that the energy generated by the panels in Natura’s NAN – Núcleo de Aprendizagem Natura (Natura Learning Nucleus) will contribute to the avoidance of 37 tons of CO2 emissions a year.