Solar PV for Hospital wanting Green Credentials
|20 year Return||£206,000|
|Payback||6 years (16% return)|
|Cost||£50,000 - £100,000|
|Bill Saving||£5,100 p.a.|
|Carbon Offset||24,000 Kg p.a.|
Return is calculated using combined bill savings and subsidy earnings. Bill savings are calculated using estimated energy usage and either the electricity price at the time of installation (14 August, 2014) or, for our heating products, the existing fuel type available to the property.
Walton Hospital is a busy NHS hospital, providing palliative care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Eager to improve their green credentials but aware that reliable and efficient energy was essential to care for their patients, Walton Hospital invited tenders to install quality renewable energy technology at their site in Chesterfield.
Having carefully considered the tenders presented to them, Derbyshire Community NHS Trust selected EnergyMyWay Lincolnshire to provide them with the technology they needed.
EnergyMyWay were appointed because in addition to submitting a very competitive price, we are a local, East Midlands company who could expertly manage this large scale project from start to finish and be on hand quickly should any problems arise. The hospital benefited from our excellent technical support and buying power to provide only the best quality technology at competitive prices.
As a busy public service, it was essential that the installation at the hospital was completed efficiently and to a high standard. As always, EnergyMyWay understood our customer’s needs and our team of building professionals was able to install an array of premium quality Solar PV panels quickly and skillfully, without causing disruption to the hospital, its staff or patients.
As well as enjoying their new green credentials the hospital can look forward to an annual income of £10,350 (including their payments under the Government’s Feed-in Tariff and the estimated savings on their energy bills).
Richard Jones, Director of EnergyMyWay comments ‘Solar PV for hospitals such as that at Walton is a particularly good investment as all the Solar electricity generated from a 50kWp array will be used due to the high electrical demand across 7 days a week.’