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The Hotel ML Installs Solar Panels and Electric Car Charging Stations

The Hotel ML, in Mount Laurel, announces the completion of a solar panel project that produces 473,000 watts of solar energy. The solar panel project will reduce the property’s carbon footprint by more than 335 metric tons of CO2.

The project includes the installation of two GE DuraStation car-charging stations, supporting the efforts of guests to reduce carbon emissions, as well. The Hotel ML’s entire project is equivalent to planting 9,370 trees every year and is one of a handful of developments underway that support a more environmentally sustainable operation.

“The Hotel ML is proud to be the first hotel in the region to support electric cars,” remarks Rachel Klekman, director of marketing for Willner Realty and Development Company, the company that owns the Hotel ML. “We invite other green initiative enthusiasts to spend the night or grab a meal while charging their automobile.”

The Hotel ML, which focuses on providing unparalleled customer service in a warm and welcoming environment, offers concierge services, tailored business and leisure accommodations, and 14,000 square feet of event and meeting space.

Location: 915 Rte. 73, Mt. Laurel. For more information or reservations, call 856-234-7300 or visit TheHotelML.com.

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