Electric vehicle (EV) charging points are appearing in public car parks and the car parks of all kinds of commercial premises across the country to help facilitate the transition to electric motoring
Solar car parks or car ports enable electricity production in open spaces that tend to be positioned conveniently near to energy-guzzling facilities such as hospitals, shopping centres or offices.
Electron Green, the commercial solar electricity firm, today announces up to £1 billion of funding for solar to end the business energy crisis.
First Bus has invested £2.5m in solar power with the installation of over 6,000 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels across 20 depot sites as part of its net zero emissions strategy.
Thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions from three of Stroud District Council’s biggest buildings will be cut when air source heat pumps are installed in place of ageing gas boilers for heating and hot water.
Vodafone has signed a major corporate solar power purchase agreement (PPA) in the UK. The deal gives Vodafone access to clean, high quality and affordable renewable electricity in the UK for the next ten years, offering price certainty and improved energy security.
A solar farm will provide sustainable power for City of London buildings.
The London Stadium is set to have multi-million pound solar panels installed to generate its own energy.
PowerMarket have released the results of a study that indicates that if the UK used 5% of available UK commercial rooftop space for solar, it could lead to an estimated £12.6 billion per year in energy cost savings.
All large car parks in France will be covered by solar panels under new legislation approved as part of president Emmanuel Macron’s renewable energy drive.