Evolution Dome’s Commitment to Sustainability continues in 2023
At Evolution Dome, we’re committed to building a sustainable industry, which is why we’re proud to announce our latest investment of £30k towards the development of our solar and storage capabilities – expanding upon our previous developments.
Back in 2022, we teamed up with Devon-based solar energy specialists, Callidus, to develop a new battery for our inflatable structures. Charged via solar cells or traditional generators, the SPB-6500 battery packs were our solution to long generator usage, being able to power our structures for 14 hours.
This latest endeavour allows our structures to work off-grid and without generators for up to 21 hours; reducing carbon emissions, costs, and noise pollution, increasing event organisers’ ability to provide comfortable, modular, weatherproof, temporary structures in almost every setting, regardless of power availability on-site.
Our director, Ash Austin, said, “We made great progress in 2022 in reducing our carbon footprint but knew we could do much more. The SPB-6500 is a free-standing unit that is easy to transport and requires no mains power to run.”
Ash concluded, “With a goal to reach net zero by 2030 or even 2025, investing in renewable power solutions is essential to Evolution Dome’s future offerings. Our new solar and storage capabilities are a more sustainable option for our customers and will deliver lower carbon emissions, cost savings on fuel and energy, and lower dependency on mains power and noisy generators.”
The journey to sustainability is far from over for Evolution Dome, and we’re already working toward our next goal. In March 2023, we’ll be investing further in sustainable solutions, with the installation of solar panels at the office and our warehouse, alongside the introduction of electric vehicles.