Makinex Renewables Unveils new Innovation Centre
Makinex Renewables, announced the opening of the Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre this month. This facility marks a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to advancing renewable energy technologies, particularly in the production of their Hybrid Power Systems (HPS).
The Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre is poised to modernise the landscape of solar energy solutions for the construction industry by fostering innovative research, development, and production capabilities. The primary focus of the Innovation Centre is to scale up the production of HPS units and provide space for the development of new solar products, leading to increased efficiency and a positive impact on the environment.
Increased HPS Unit Production
One of the primary objectives of the Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre is to increase the production of HPS units by 500%. These Hybrid Power Systems are designed to maximise energy capture and storage, providing a more efficient and sustainable alternative to traditional energy sources.
The expanded production capabilities enabled by the Innovation Centre will play a crucial role in meeting the growing demand for clean energy solutions. By increasing the production and usage of HPS units, the Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre will potentially save the construction industry, in one year, 2.5 million Litres of diesel, reducing carbon emissions by 6,609 tonnes, which is equivalent to removing 1,437 cars from the road*.
Advancing Renewable Energy Technologies
The Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre represents a major leap forward in the company’s dedication to sustainable energy solutions. By harnessing the power of solar energy, Makinex Renewables aims to contribute significantly to the global effort to combat climate change.
The Innovation Centre will serve as a hub for research and development, bringing together a team of experts, engineers, and innovators within the construction industry to collaborate on renewable energy solutions. This collaborative environment is expected to drive innovation and accelerate the development of solar technologies suitable for the construction sector.
Environmental and Economic Benefits
The Innovation Centre is not only a testament to Makinex Renewables’ commitment to environmental stewardship but also a catalyst for economic growth. Increased production of HPS units will create job opportunities, stimulate local economies, and contribute to the development of a greener and more sustainable future.
“We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of the Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre,” said Rory Kennard, CEO at Makinex Renewables. “This facility symbolises our dedication to advancing renewable energy technologies and underscores our commitment to building a more sustainable future across the construction landscape.”
For more information about the Makinex Renewables Innovation Centre, please visit www.renewables.makinex.com.au