Kent-based security company, Green Gate Access Systems, has installed the UK’s first solar-powered parking barriers at Warwick Hospital.
Hendy Group’s Van and Truck Centre in Chandler’s Ford near Southampton is generating its own electricity after the installation of a solar array.
Five apartments located in the North Kent coastal town of Whitstable have become the UK’s first domestic properties to achieve a Standard Assessment Procedure rating of ‘AA’.
Mount Pleasant Health Centre in Exeter has fitted solar modules to its roof to help tackle its escalating energy bills.
A prominent UK builders merchant successfully retrofitted power optimisers to help boost disappointing PV generation.
Cheshire-based renewable energy developer and energy cost reduction company Renewables 4 Business has completed the installation of a 681kWp rooftop solar power plant for a potato producer in north Lincolnshire.
Supermarket chain Booths has turned to solar PV to help reduce its energy bills after it installed an array on its cold store distribution centre near Preston.
Welsh manufacturer Asset International’s 250kWp solar array has outperformed its output predictions after a few months operation.
In search of a reliable source of electricity for her remotely situated stable block, Lorraine Bone turned to solar to help solve her problems.
Eye Kettleby Lakes, a family-run fishery in Leicestershire has turned to solar PV to reduce its carbon footprint, increase its sustainable income and generate new revenue streams.
SunGift Solar’s 50kWp solar array installed at Air Control Industries’ offices in Axminster is helping the company generate significant electricity and lower its carbon footprint and bills.
Buckingham Group Contracting’s new office in Amersham is now generating its own local electricity thanks to its solar slate tiles.
A Welsh limestone and granite worktop producer has installed solar on its factory in Sandycroft to help control escalating energy bills.
The Rand Brothers’ farm in Hertfordshire boasts over 3,500 hectares of arable production as well as a huge grain depot that acts as a storage and drying centre for not only the brothers, but also other local farmers and grain merchants.
Welsh manufacturer Asset International is now home to one of Wales’ largest roof-mounted solar arrays.
The agricultural purchasing cooperative Woldmarsh Producers Ltd has invested in an 18kWp solar array for its office building in Louth.