Invest in your own Electricity Generation in time for the Summer
Last summer, the owners of solar panels enjoyed a bumper ‘crop’ of clean electricity and with power prices rising this year and the coming end of Feed in Tariffs to new entrants in March now is a good time to look at how this technology would work for your business.
Several Worcestershire businesses have already installed solar photo-voltaic panel systems supported by Low Carbon Opportunities Programme grant funding that ranges from £5,000 to £100,000 and covers up to 45% of project costs.
Simple paybacks work out at 6 – 7 years with the asset then producing ‘free’ electricity for an expected life of 20-25 years.
Wayne Sambridge, a Director at First Service Frozen Foods who have benefited from the installation of a 24kW roof mounted system supported by a £9,700 grant said:
“The Low Carbon Opportunities Program is our fourth grant through Worcestershire County Council and was the easiest to apply for. Applying for the grant really couldn’t have been any easier”
For more details contact the Business Central Team via 01905 677 888 or visit the Low Carbon Opportunities page.
LOW CARBON OPPORTUNITIES CASE STUDIES
Chess Plastics make significant electricity savings thanks to Low Carbon Opportunities Programme grant
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qWRu6ErsQs Chess Plastics Ltd are a plastic injection moulder based in Droitwich.Finance Director, Gareth Olden explains how some of the machinery they use is quite old, uses a lot of power, is expensive to run...
A local Worcestershire company which specialises in manufacturing upholstery has been awarded a grant to install a biomass CHP system. The business’ priority for energy demand is natural gas and heating oil used for heating. After the business had registered for the...
Bank Street Business Centre provides quality, serviced office space for businesses in Malvern. The owners are keen to reduce the environmental impact of the building as much as possible and have taken advantage of both the Business Energy Efficiency Programme and the...