In an increasingly environmentally conscious world, switching your business over to a renewable energy source is an extremely profitable and rewarding decision. Installing commercial solar panels is an excellent solution, as it demonstrates a strong commitment to improving your business’s carbon footprint, as well as providing free electricity which can be stored for use overnight, or sold back to your energy provider.
Solar energy is becoming an ever more popular choice among the eco-conscious, as well as the money-savvy. What’s more, the increasing demand means that they are now cheaper than ever to install, making them a much more accessible choice for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint.
Solar panels work by harnessing sunlight in order to generate electricity. The technology behind solar PV panels is more advanced than ever before, and even in a number of adverse weather conditions they are capable of continuing to produce a source of renewable energy for use within your home or business.
In Autumn of 2019, Atlantic Renewables designed, installed and commissioned an 85.7 kWp solar PV system with 306 panels and 9 inverters for an industrial business unit on an agricultural site near Crewe.
Atlantic Renewables recently installed a 15.12kWp solar panel system on a farm building for an agricultural client in Cheshire. We provided a full EPC service as part of this, including the design, grid application, installation and commissioning of the solar project from start to finish.
Atlantic Renewables recently installed a 4kW solar panel system on the slate roof of a house in Manchester. The system comprised 14 all-black monocrystalline solar panels, offering great efficiency as well as value for money. Our trained solar electrician, meanwhile, installed the solar inverter and metering equipment in the building’s basement to complete the system.
Atlantic Renewables have successfully installed a new flat roof solar array at an apartment complex in Manchester. The client, a building contractor, needed five apartments to be powered by a 1.25kw system. This required a total array size of 6.25kW in order to meet BREEAM New Build Construction standards and building regulations for energy efficiency.
In this project, we installed a complete solar energy system for Mr and Mrs Burgess-Allen in Whitchurch, Shropshire. After they got in touch in December 2017, we visited their home and provided a complete plan for installation, which was then took place on 9 January 2018.