Clean energy company AMP has partnered with solar wholesaler Segen to offer more businesses and organisations solar energy.
The partnership aims to tackle challenges to the adoption of C&I solar such as financial and knowledge barriers. This is to be done through AMP Clean Energy Solutions providing readily available funding and expertise to Segen customers.
Francisco Cabadas, head of solar at AMP Clean Energy, said: “We are delighted to be working with Segen to help unlock the barriers many installers face in ensuring they maximise their solar PV projects. By doing so, we can help more businesses and organisations take advantage of the financial and sustainability benefits of solar energy.”
AMP Clean Energy has over 160 low carbon projects, having deployed over £100 million in capital. This includes offering Power Purchase Agreements, providing predictabe prices for solar electricity over the long-term from onsite installations.
Solar Power Portal caught up with AMP’s MD Mark Tarry last year about the growing potential in the solar sector and his prediction that it was about to “go bang”.
Liz MacFarlane, director at Segen, added: “Both AMP Clean Energy and Segen are leaders in their respective fields and between us we will support installers to increase, or take, their solar energy opportunities to the next level. In turn, this will help solar energy to fulfil its potential in the transition to net zero.”