Phoenix, AZ – AmSafe, the world’s leading provider of aviation restraint systems, has recently installed solar panels on its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, as part of its commitment to sustainability and environmental protection. The solar panels will generate clean and renewable energy for the company’s operations, reducing its reliance on grid power and lowering its carbon footprint. In fact, the project will save 65M tons of CO2 over ten years, which is the equivalent of driving 30.2 million miles.
The solar panels are part of AmSafe’s broader strategy to become more environmentally friendly and socially responsible. The company has also implemented various initiatives to reduce its waste, energy consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions in its manufacturing facilities around the world. AmSafe sources its materials from reputable suppliers that comply with international standards and regulations for environmental protection. AmSafe also recycles its waste materials and supports the local economy and communities where it operates.
AmSafe’s solar panels will not only benefit the environment, but also the company’s bottom line. The solar panels will help AmSafe save money on its utility bills, especially during the peak hours when the company’s power demand is high. The solar panels will also qualify AmSafe for various incentives and tax benefits that are available for commercial solar installations. These include federal tax credits, state and local rebates, net metering programs, and accelerated depreciation. These incentives and tax benefits will lower the upfront costs and increase the return on investment of the solar panels.
AmSafe is proud to be a leader in both aviation restraint technology and sustainability. By investing in solar panels, AmSafe demonstrates its vision for a safer and greener future for the aviation industry and the planet. AmSafe hopes that its solar panels will inspire other companies and customers to adopt renewable energy sources and join the global efforts to combat climate change.