Posted on March 22, 2013

Back in February, we were commissioned to document the installation of a new solar panel array at South London's world renowned medical institution - King's College Hospital. Here's the timelapse footage from the project:

The work was carried out over four weekends to ensure minimum disruption to patients, and the flexibility of our Lobster Pot camera system meant that we could tailor a shooting schedule to match. As always, Lobster Vision provided live access to full-resolution stills from the camera and allowed the project team to follow all of the progress. Since 2009, the hospital has managed to cut its carbon emissions by 15%, and the new solar installation will help to reduce this even further by generating a whopping 18,000 kilowatts of electricity each year - that's 73,048 cups of tea! For more information on the project, head over to the hospital's official website.