These Kent homeowners wanted to reduce their electricity bill and earn a return on the investment from the government Feed-in Tariff. The property was suitable for Solar PV as a flat roof area could be used as well as the south facing roof elevation.
Returns as much as 14% can now be earned from installing Solar PV. These homeowners are making the most of the high levels of solar irradiation in Kent.
This provider of educational products is generating £6,000 per year from bill savings and Feed-in Tariff payments, thanks to a 24.5kWp Solar PV array installed by our specialist Solar PV team in Kent.
Giroscope Housing Association in Hull wanted to update their existing Solar PV panels with a more modern array. EnergyMyWay fitted Solar panels that now generate an income of £1,300 and annual savings of £320.
Both tenants and landlords at Lincoln’s Brayford Court benefited from lower energy bills and an annual income of £3,300 thanks to a slate roof Solar PV installation.
This leisure centre and swimming pool run by Cherwell District Council were looking for a toughened glass Solar PV system to reduce energy costs and help protect local services.
Kent property owners, Mr and Mrs Stafford were looking for a way to secure low-cost energy bills, in the face of ever increasing price rises from the utility companies. In addition to offering excellent savings, Solar PV is supported by the government Feed-in Tariff
A retired cattle farmer was looking for a renewable energy solution that could heat a greenhouse, 2 houses and a set of former cattle barns. The multi-functioning biomass heating system installed by EnergyMyWay is delivering a ROI of 19%.
North Hykeham Town Council were seeking opportunities to improve their green credentials. EnergyMyWay installed a Solar PV system that offsets 2 tonnes of carbon a year and generates an income of £1,550.
Mr Tebbutt approached EnergyMyWay looking to remove his reliance on mains gas to heat his home and pool. Solar PV and Solar Thermal were already installed on this 1980’s detached house so Mr Tebbutt had been enjoying the benefits of renewable energy for some time and now wanted to consider his renewable energy options for heating.