Recognising the need for additional revenue and cost savings, the Academy secured a grant for Solar PV and approached our Solar PV Devon specialists to tender for the works.
Northfield Orchard Farm in Oxfordshire were looking for ways to create a good reliable source of energy, a good return on investment and offset the risks associated with their business. They installed a large ground-mounted Solar PV array on the site of an old farm outbuilding.
A small yet busy primary school in Gunthorpe, Nottinghamshire has benefited from a solar panel installation from its energy provider. The PV panels are bringing significant savings to the schools’ electricity bills.
Barlings Farm were so happy with the results from their Solar PV array, they asked EnergyMyWay back to extend their system by adding three more panels.
Blank Bank Farm tasked EnergyMyWay to supply a renewable energy source which would deliver a good return on their investment.
Coleby Parish Council saw a return on investment of 12% from the solar installation on their Village Hall and Community Centre, which gave them a more sustainable energy source and a great opportunity to introduce renewable energy to the community.
The Loudor Guest House in Lincolnshire now benefit from almost non-existent gas bills and continuous hot water for guests. Their new Solar PV and hot water heat pump installation has provided them with sustainable, cheaper energy to enable them to expand their guest house.
Burton Hathow is a new preparatory school who approached EnergyMyWay looking for a solution to the high cost of oil, a sustainable heating solution in keeping with their ethos of sustainability, nature and creativity, and a substantial return on their investment.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm are world-leading experts in elephant husbandry who are passionate about environmental sustainability. They approached EnergyMyWay with a truly unique set of requirements for a state of the art elephant house in Bristol.
The Education Centre in Holbeach is a service office for Lincolnshire County Council and also houses a food science testing area for the University of Lincoln. The varied needs and uses for this busy centre meant energy usage was high and so the centre’s management approached EnergyMyWay to help them indentify and deliver a more cost effective solution.