New $70 million investment in 105-megawatt solar panel installation in North Carolina underscores 'Circular for Zero' commitment to environmentBeginning in early 2020, Plainsboro-based Novo Nordisk’s global production will be completely powered by renewable electricity, with a ten-year goal of achieving zero carbon emissions from operations and transportation. The announcement follows a $70 million investment in a 105-megawatt dc solar energy installation to be built in Pender Co., N.C. When completed, ground-mounted solar arrays will harvest sunlight and provide renewable electricity to all existing Novo Nordisk US offices, laboratories and manufacturing facilities as well as to support the new manufacturing facility under construction in Clayton, N.C. Developed and constructed by Cypress Creek Renewables, the solar panel installation will be one of North Carolina’s largest solar sites. Read more here.