Actions speak louder than words, and the small Swedish town of Mariestad continues to break ground in sustainability with the news that it will this month start construction on a new fossil-free pre-school for 140 children.
The setting will be provided with a RE8760 renewable energy system from Nilsson Energy, producing green hydrogen as an energy carrier.
Construction begins this month (October 2020) and is expected to be completed in January 2022, H2 View understands.
Positive change has been taking shape in Mariestad for several years now, change that has the potential to change how the world understands and embraces sustainable energy generation for homes, housing estates, disconnected communities, city council buildings, schools or hospitals and more crucially even for mobility (powering vehicles and boats).
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