Solar Panel Lancashire install at a Dairy Farm in Burnley. Enabling the Dairy Farmer to operate his farm sustainably & cost-effectively!
Committed to providing Solar Panel Lancashire for commercial businesses. In a recent project, we conducted a free site survey for a dairy farm to assess the most suitable solar panel system for their energy consumption requirements. During the survey, our expert William assessed the roof space available for solar panel installation and reviewed the client’s energy consumption and electricity costs.
Upon further investigation, William found that the dairy farm was a high-energy user. As a result of this, we were presented with an opportunity to implement a solar panel system that would generate significant savings for the client. Furthermore, to ensure the system was compliant with local regulations, William submitted an application to the Electricity North West board, to determine the maximum export capabilities allowed. The application came back with 40KW of exports available at zero cost, which allowed for the installation of a 60KW solar panel system.
The team expertly fitted the solar panels, enabling the dairy farmer to operate his farm sustainably and cost-effectively whilst reducing his carbon footprint and reliance on fossil fuels!
Why Should I invest in Commercial Solar Panels?
Commercial solar panel installation offers a range of benefits for businesses looking to reduce their energy costs and their carbon footprint. Firstly, solar panels can significantly lower energy bills by generating clean, renewable energy from the sun. This means businesses can reduce their dependence on the grid, and lock in energy savings for years to come. Additionally, solar panels can improve a business’s environmental credentials, helping to attract customers who are increasingly environmentally conscious.
Overall, commercial solar panel installation is a smart investment, that can deliver long-term benefits for businesses of all sizes.
If you’re in need of Commercial Solar Panels in Lancashire, get in touch with William – 07464729759 or click here