We have a lot of experience in the installation of solar PV and energy storage systems. One of our most notable projects was the Arbed scheme, where we installed over 500 solar PV systems for a Welsh Government and EU-funded fuel poverty initiative across Wales. We are currently working on a large project in Penderi, Swansea, where we are installing solar PV and energy storage systems in over 600 homes, with the aim of completing the project on time in June 2023.
In addition to our installation work, we also offer design and consultative support to developers of new build properties seeking to achieve high energy efficiency ratings. We have worked with companies like Everwarm and CorEnergy on commercial installations, including projects for Manchester Met University and Swansea University.
Overall, we have a strong track record of delivering high-quality work on time and on budget, and we are well-equipped to handle multiple property installation contracts.
Top Three Reasons Local Authorities and RSLs have been looking into Solar pv and Energy Storage solutions for their tenants.
Affordability: Many people living in fuel poverty struggle to afford the high costs of heating their homes, which can lead to financial hardship and stress. By addressing fuel poverty, local authorities and housing associations can help their tenants to save money on their energy bills, which can be used to cover other essential expenses.
Sustainability: Installing solar PV and energy storage systems in homes can help to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and decrease carbon emissions. This is important for both the environment and the long-term sustainability of the energy system. By taking action on fuel poverty, local authorities and housing associations can play a crucial role in promoting a more sustainable and low-carbon future.
Health and wellbeing: Fuel poverty can have serious negative impacts on the health and wellbeing of individuals and families. It can lead to cold homes, which can increase the risk of respiratory and cardiovascular problems, as well as mental health issues. Local authorities and housing associations have a responsibility to ensure that their tenants are living in warm, comfortable homes