Wyndham Destinations completes Solar at Caribbean Beach Resort property

April 25, 2022
Another installation is nearing completion at the WorldMark Clear Lake Resort in Nice, California that will come online this spring. The addition of these two solar installations will increase the annual solar output to more than 9 million kWh

Vacation ownership firm Wyndham Destinations has completed its solar installation at Limetree Beach Resort by Club Wyndham in St. Thomas island.

Another installation is nearing completion at the WorldMark Clear Lake Resort in Nice, California that will come online this spring. The addition of these two solar installations will increase the annual solar output to more than 9 million kWh at Wyndham Destinations’ 19 properties in the U.S.

These properties combined, have more than 18,000 solar panels installed.

The installations align with the firm’s Environmental Sustainability goal of 20% renewable energy consumption of the total electricity at managed resorts by 2030. Wyndham Destinations is part of timeshare company Travel + Leisure Co.

Additionally, Wyndham Destinations is investing in opportunities to reduce water and energy usage across its 245 resorts. Staff intends to have water use reduction and leak detection technologies installed in guest suites at as many as 25% of the Wyndham Destinations-managed resorts by the end of 2022.

“In partnership with our home owners associations, we’re investing in environmentally sustainable operations to protect the beautiful destinations our members enjoy visiting,” said Geoff Richards, chief operating officer of Wyndham Destinations. “As a part of our responsible operations, we place a high value on protecting the environment and communiies in which we live and operate.”

Other sustainability goals outlined in Wyndham Destinations’ 2021 ESG Report include a 40% reduction in GHG emissions and a 35% reduction in water withdrawal per square foot by 2025 from the 2010 baseline.