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.
As the largest holiday park owner in the UK, Haven presented an interesting challenge. Haven wanted to test new ground by attempting to create holiday caravans that could generate enough electricity to cover their own costs.
Environmental Energies worked with Cheddar Water, a bottling plant in Somerset, to find a renewable energy solution for their state of the art bottling plant.
Carrs Welding Technologies provide laser welding services to the aerospace, medical, automotive, and leisure industries as well as many specialist engineering companies.
Holme Trakehner, a world class horse stud breeding the Trakehner line of horses, required a green energy solution to meet their high demand for energy.
As a freight transport company with a large carbon footprint, AMIC were keen to find a way to reduce their carbon emissions and, in turn, their energy costs. Large areas of warehouse space had previously gone unheated due to the substantial cost that would be incurred for the amount of energy required. This is where Environmental Energies were able to provide a green energy solution.