Furphy Foundry is now manufacturing its full range of products using a Clean Energy Source, made possible with the installation of solar panels across its various plants in Shepparton, Victoria. The manufacturing company that produces street and park furniture and open space structures, has also modernised its casting plant with the implementation of a new electric induction furnace.

These environmental upgrades were thanks to a grant contribution from the Victorian State Government, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning created to help businesses reduce energy costs and slash emissions.

“We were thrilled to receive notice that our grant application for the Business Recovery Energy Efficiency Fund was successful,” says Furphy Foundry Managing Director, Sam Furphy. “This has really assisted in changing our operations and our contribution towards a cleaner and greener environment by our business, and we are very pleased to be doing our part.”

Because of these recent upgrades, all of Furphy Foundry’s power requirements are now generated from solar energy and any surplus energy stays in the grid. Meanwhile the newly installed electric induction furnace not only offers a reduced carbon footprint but reduces costs and creates a safer working environment.

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