WTM Stories: solar panels on the Assembly Hall roof

Solar panels on Worthing Assembly Hall roof

WTM Stories: solar panels on the Assembly Hall roof

We’re very excited about the recently installed solar panels on our Assembly Hall roof.

96 new solar panels have been installed to the Assembly Hall to further support Worthing’s aim of becoming a carbon-neutral Council by 2030.

The panels will produce enough electricity each year to power the average equivalent used by almost 11 individual households. The electricity that is created by these panels will be used in the events building, with any excess used in the Town Hall. This will reduce the amount of electricity imported from the grid.

This step towards a greener future aligns with WTM’s values in achieving sustainability and reducing climate change, thus reducing the impact of climate change on our town and charity.

Worthing Theatres and Museum is a registered charity, and we are committed to providing you with quality art and culture. For information on how you can support us as your local arts charity, such as donating or buying a membership, please click here.

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