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M-SParc NetZero 2030 mission starts to heat up!

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At M-SParc, we have a goal; to reach NetZero by 2030. To begin this work, our Low Carbon team undertook a review of our carbon footprint. As part of this review, it was suggested that M-SParc installed more solar panels, to increases the sustainable energy powering the building. So that's exactly what we've done.

There are fantastic companies in the local area able help us with our mission. We worked with a company from Gaerwen, Anglesey Solar, to install the panels. Gareth understood our mission, and was as passionate as we are about achieving our goal. We’re very proud to be able to keep the carbon footprint of travel to the site low as we carry out these works!

We also worked with our own tenants. Viridian worked on the carbon footprint review with us, while Scott Farley landscaping is looking at the ecology and diversity of the site.

This is only the start of our mission. We have recently launched our ‘Diffodd y SParc’ campaign to take our tenants with us on this NetZero journey, and will continue to work tirelessly until we reach our goal. If you would like to hear more from our Low Carbon Team, they are doing a full webinar series around the projects they are currently working on. You can find the full list of events here!

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Tom Burke

Digital Innovation Manager

Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.

He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.