Castellum takes concrete steps towards climate neutrality by 2030

The Swedish real estate company is building 30,000 square meters of solar panels on the roof of a logistics building in Gothenburg. The CEO says more green investments are coming.

"To support the UN's climate goals and the Swedish goal for a climate neutral Sweden, we have decided that our company will be climate neutral by 2030," says Henrik Saxborn, CEO of Castellum. | Photo: PR/ Castellum

One of Sweden's real estate firms, Castellum is investing EUR 2.5 million (SEK 27 million) in a new solar power installation. The solar panels will be built on the roof of a logistics building in Gothenburg, Sweden, and upon completion in early 2021, it will produce 3.3 GWh per year, Castellum reports in a press release.

"To support the UN's climate goals and Sweden's domestic climate-neutrality goal, we have decided that our company will become climate neutral by 2030. If we want to manage this, we'll need to make more comprehensive efforts within renewable energy. I'm proud that we are now investing in building Castellum's biggest-ever solar installation. This is just the start of more large-scale efforts which we will make over the coming years," says Henrik Saxborn, CEO of Castellum, in the press release.

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