Marjon University is going green with a roll out of solar panels and ground source heat pumps across their campus.
On a recent visit to the university Rob Warner, the Vice-Chancellor, showed Luke the new solar panels on the roof of their south-facing buildings on their Derriford campus.
“We are in the middle of a climate and ecological crisis and we all need to do more to cut our emissions. At a time when energy prices are spiralling, it is right that businesses and organisations do their bit to cut emissions and, where possible, generate clean, green energy themselves.
I represent thousands of Marjon students and staff who live in Plymouth Sutton and Devonport. Plymouth has three universities and I am proud of the path each of them is on.
Marjon is making impressive commitments to a cleaner, greener future and that marries well with their recent bumper results for teaching and student satisfaction.”
You can find out more about the Marjon Zero project here