JPMorgan Chase’s solar investment to power Columbus offices

JP Morgan Chase & Co. Is turning the parking lot at the McCoy Center in Polaris into a huge solar farm. We plan to do the same at other Columbus offices.

The bank, which is the largest private employer in the Columbus region and has about 20,000 workers here, has added solar arrays to three other commercial sites in the Columbus region (Vision Drive, Morse Crossing and Westerville). intend to do something. Similar to the Polaris Project, panels have been added to the site’s carport.

Tyler Deaton, Vice President of Chase’s Global Real Estate Group, which focuses on sustainability, said:

JPMorgan Chase's work to cover a huge parking lot with solar panels and create a covered parking lot for workers is almost complete.

Polaris panels, coupled with previously roof-mounted solar panels Chase, will meet 75% of the electricity demand of the McCoy Center, which is said to be the largest single-user office building in the United States in operation. After the Pentagon.

All projects together provide enough electricity to meet half the electricity demand of the bank’s Columbus commercial business.