We are proud of the breadth and depth of expertise that our people bring to our clients’ projects. This blend of specialist knowledge and long-term experience runs across every discipline we practice: planning, design, financial, engineering, electrics and construction.
The responsibility to protect future generations against the effects of global warming rests with all of us, and at CleanEarth we live by this both individually and as a business. We believe this is best served by being transparent and impartial in our recommendations to clients, enabling them to do the right thing for their business and the environment.
We take pride in getting the job done whatever barriers stand in the way. We’ve completed projects that others have walked away from, completed three month projects in three weeks, and found innovative ways of overcoming regulatory, logistical and financial hurdles that less determined companies would see as insurmountable. We are not easily deterred from our purpose.
Since our first wind turbine was installed, CleanEarth have committed to inject over £5 million of funds into local communities.
The beneficiaries range from local sports groups in need of new equipment to parish churches with a damaged roof which must be repaired.
The generation of clean energy is bringing undeniable and highly necessary benefits to our society as a whole, and the community fund is our way of saying thank you to each parish, village or town for their contribution to bringing a carbon-free future a little bit closer.
Essential reading for any sensible person: The Brewers Journal.
(Especially when they cover a couple of our recent solar installations.)
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🌞☀️Solar-powered beer ☀️🌞
In this article, CleanEarth outline the commercial and cultural factors that make solar power such a good fit for UK breweries.
Featuring case studies with Verdant in Cornwall and Ludlow Brewing Co in Shropshire.