Mori Building Golf Resort and Sustech agree to introduce solar carport (solar power generation equipment) using the PPA model

Mori Building Golf Resort Co., Ltd.
Mori Building Golf Resort and Sustech agree to introduce solar carport (solar power generation equipment) using the PPA model

Mori Building Golf Resort Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President: Takashi Tadano; hereinafter referred to as Mori Building Golf Resort) and Sustech Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo; Representative Directors: Yusuke Tanno and Yuichiro Iida) Sustech) announces that it has agreed to introduce solar carports using an on-site PPA (*1) model at Shishido Hills Country Club and Shizu Hills Country Club operated by Mori Building Golf Resort. .
In order to realize a decarbonized society, the Mori Building Group aims to switch to 100% renewable energy (hereafter referred to as “renewable energy”) for the electricity consumed in its business activities by 2030. We are actively promoting the introduction of renewable energy, including joining the international initiative “RE100 (*2)”. Under such circumstances, Mori Building Golf Resort will introduce solar carports at the Shishido Hills Country Club and Shizu Hills Country Club operated by the company, and start an initiative to use electricity generated by solar power. have become.
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In this initiative, Sustech, a PPA operator and provider of corporate green transformation support services, will install and maintain the solar carport, and Mori Building Golf Resort will use the generated power at its own facilities. We will take advantage of it. (*A solar carport of approximately 300 kW will be installed at each facility to cover approximately 40% of the total power consumption of each facility. Greenhouse gases (GHG) are expected to be reduced by approximately 300,000 kg-CO2 annually. .)
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Starting with this initiative, Mori Building Golf Resort and Sustech will continue to work together to achieve the decarbonized society that both companies are aiming for.
*1 “On-site PPA”: A mechanism for installing solar power generation facilities on the premises of power users and for self-consumption of the generated power
*2 “RE100”: An international initiative in which the world’s influential companies commit to switching 100% of the electricity used in their business activities to renewable energy by 2050.
■ Mori Building Golf Resort Co., Ltd.
We are in charge of the golf resort business area of ​​the Mori Building Group, which has the concept of “comfortable urban life creation industry”. Focusing on the operation of two golf courses, Shishido Hills Country Club and Shizu Hills Country Club, which are also the stage for major domestic tournaments, and the Shizu Hills Hotel, which is integrated with the golf course, the fusion of golf and camping and camping. Focus on offices, etc. The company also operates an indoor practice facility, Hills Golf Academy, in Minato-ku, Tokyo. We will contribute to the further development of golf culture and provide a safe and comfortable outdoor experience and an elegant resort life.
■ Sustech Co., Ltd.
An energy tech company with the mission of “supporting the green transformation (GX) of companies and society through technology”. In order to realize a carbon-neutral society, we are developing and operating the decarbonization platform “CARBONIX” and the distributed power operation system “ELIC”. We provide one-stop support from strategy formulation to actual operation of corporate environmental measures, such as visualization of GHG emissions, proposal of reduction measures, construction of power generation facilities, management of distributed power, and environmental value operation. Details about this release:
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