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RLC energizes its shopping malls with solar energy

/ 01:53 PM June 14, 2021

Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) recently expanded its solar energy portfolio to 23 sites located in Robinsons Malls nationwide. With this expansion, total capacity has increased to 29.5 MW in its current locations. Robinsons Malls has been able to generate 92,084,091 kW-h of clean energy since the start of the first solar installation in 2015 for its own use.  This has resulted to eliminating 65,260 metric tons of carbon dioxide.

RLC has embarked on solar energy as early 2015, making it a leader in generating its own power source to sustain the needs of shopping malls.

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The 23 sites are  all over the country and are located in  Robinsons Place Palawan, Robinsons Place Angeles, Robinsons Star Mills Pampanga, Robinsons Novaliches, Robinsons Place Pangasinan, Robinsons Ilocos Norte, Robinsons Place Naga, Robinsons Place Santiago; Robinsons Place  Iloilo, Robinsons Place Antique, Robinsons Place Dumaguete, Robinsons Place Roxas, Robinsons Place Tacloban, Robinsons Cybergate Bacolod,  Robinsons Place Jaro, Robinsons  Galleria Cebu, Robinsons Cybergate Cebu, Robinsons Place Pavia, Robinsons Place Ormoc, Robinsons Place  Tacloban Tacloban Expansion; Robinsons Place Tagum,  Robinsons General Santos, and Robinsons Place Iligan.

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