British renewable electricity company Good Energy has announced Caplor Energy as its preferred partner for domestic solar and storage installations.
Caplor Energy will offer Good Energy’s customers the opportunity to generate and store their own electricity, saving money through the use of integrated green technology.
“More and more people are looking to decarbonise their homes and save money while they do so," said Randall Bowen, chief commercial officer at Good Energy. “With the big drop in prices for solar panels in the last six years and the benefits of new flexible tariffs to take advantage of storage, now is an excellent time to choose solar and battery."
Caplor Energy was recommended to the supplier due to its high customer service rating and reliability, with the family-run company registered with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme.
Neil Evans, managing director of Caplor Energy said: “We are thrilled and excited to be working in partnership with Good Energy. Their values and culture blend well with ours and look forward to be able to help Good Energy’s domestic customers deliver a brighter future through renewable energy.”
The partnership follows Good Energy signing a subsidy-free agreement for two solar farms in Wales in February.