Farrington Oils were keen to enhance their ‘Green’ credentials, reduce their carbon footprint, reduce their electricity costs and future proof against potential energy price rises at their manufacturing facility in Hargrave. To help achieve these goals Environmental Energies installed two separate solar PV systems, one on the Oil Factory and one on the New Barn, in September 2018.
Formerly the home of the BBC, the iconic Television Centre has been redeveloped. Environmental Energies installed 114 x 327Wp solar panels on the prestigious BBC Television Centre building as part of this refurbishment and redevelopment of the buildings in 2018.
Environmental Energies have installed a total of 76 solar panels on Swadlincote’s new (2018) £3M Fire Station. The fire station, in Civic Way, was purposely built, on the site of the old 66 year old station, to accommodate Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service and East Midlands Ambulance Service.
A family owned poultry farm, Stitches Farm needed to find a renewable energy solution that could meet the high levels of energy required to heat 7 broiler houses, housing over 92,000 birds, whilst reducing their carbon emissions at the same time.
Little Staughton had previously been home to both Lancaster and Mosquito Squadrons during World War Two, but is now the site of a number of industrial units.
Hulcote Crop Store presented a unique opportunity. Due to its primary purpose, the store is used predominantly during the summer months when harvesting is taking place and the energy usage is very high at this time. For the rest of the year, however, the store sits empty.