This busy equine hospital and farm veterinary practiced approached EnergyMyWay looking to reduce their electricity bills. Operating seven days a week during daylight hours they were a perfect candidate to benefit from Solar PV.
This thriving business park on the edge of Oxford comprises of a number of units leased by enterprising small and medium-sized businesses. They approached EnergyMyWay looking to reinforce their established green credentials and reduce the energy costs of their properties.
This client approached EnergyMyWay looking for savings but was also keen to maintain the aesthetics of an attractive, detached property.
The Berry family were close to retirement and looking to reduce their home’s running costs and to establish a retirement portfolio that would outperform an ISA and deliver a reliable return on their investment.
A professional, eco-aware couple approached EnergyMyWay looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint, their energy bills and their dependence on big energy companies.
By using slim panels EnergyMyWay were able to maximise this family’s roof space to create a 4kW system. Had their house been fitted with standard sized panels then they would have had to settle for the lower bill savings and smaller Feed-in Tariff income of a 3.5kW system.
This thriving local business was the perfect candidate to benefit from Solar PV. Operating up to seven days a week they have an extremely high energy demand, particularly during daylight hours. Solar energy made a huge difference to their running costs.
This Victorian property had no obvious South facing roof suitable for Solar PV, however Dr Shelley was keen on the technology and hoped to be able to make a good return from a number of small roof areas that were available.
Oldbury Farm consumes a large amount of energy for the irrigation and cooling of potatoes, especially in the summer. They installed a ground-mounted Sharp solar PV array near to a reservoir, significantly improving the PV performance.
With a very high energy demand, particularly during daylight hours, Solar PV was an obvious choice for this farm shop to generate its own energy and keep the bills low.