The ALJT turns to « green » electricity
The CP22 took place from November 7 to 18, 2016. This large gathering is an opportunity for the States to exchange on the challenges of global warming, caused by greenhouse gases that humans release into the environment.
At the ALJT, these issues also matter, as the heritage service signed a green electricity contract for all its residences in April 2016. This initiative strengthens the ALJT’s commitment to reduce its electricity consumption and its energy footprint.
The term « green electricity » refers to the electricity that is produced from renewable energy sources (wind turbines, hydroelectric dams, photovoltaic panels, etc.).
The electricity supply is considered « green » as our energy supplier can prove he produced or purchased sufficient renewable electricity to meet the needs of all the ALJT residences.