New Solar Panels at Aflac Headquarters Will Reduce GHG Emissions

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Aflac took a major step in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 10 percent at its headquarters in Columbus, GA. Working with Georgia Power’s Customer Connected Solar program, the company recently installed a 1.3 megawatt solar array at its Paul S. Amos campus, home to the its largest employee population. The array, constructed by Radiance Solar of Atlanta, utilizes top-of-the-line technology and provides enough electricity to power 200 homes. 

Aflac has made public commitments that by 2040 the company will be carbon neutral and net zero carbon by 2050, which according to Alfred Blackmar, Aflac’s vice president of facilities, is “another way of demonstrating how Aflac cares.”