The furniture, interior and transport leather supplier expects the installation to produce as much as 169.6 MW of energy annually and provide a carbon offset of 120.3 metric tons, which it says is equivalent to 143.2 acres of newly planted trees.

The move comes as part of the company’s strategy to be more sustainable and a long-term commitment to environmental responsibility and corporate citizenship.

Max Brown, President of Garrett Leather, said: “Garrett Leather is excited to embark on this journey towards a greener and more sustainable future.

“We believe that corporate responsibility is not just a buzzword but a genuine commitment to preserving our planet for future generations. We are proud of the steps we’ve taken and remain dedicated to furthering our sustainability initiatives.”

Source: Business Jet Interiors International