Generating enough to power:
Reducing CO2 emissions by:
Solar energy is proven, reliable and sustainable. It’s also cheaper now than it’s ever been.
As the incentives of feed-in tariffs (FITs) and export tariffs have changed, so the business case for solar generation has evolved. Today it is proving to be economically viable without any help from government subsidies.
Solar energy is making a significant contribution to the decarbonisation of UK power generation, helping to reduce our CO2 emissions further every year.
When a customer invests in a solar installation they get to use the power generated for free for the lifetime of the system, and any electricity they don’t use is exported to the grid. The initial capital cost is then offset by the savings from self-generation.
In certain circumstances CleanEarth can pay for the installation and own the system, and the client buys their electricity from us under a power purchase agreement (PPA).
In all cases CleanEarth’s in-house team manage every aspect from end-to-end, leaving the client free to focus on running their own business.
We conduct a full site survey and energy audit before making any recommendations. Roof aspect and condition, irradiance levels and the client’s energy consumption are all factored in to determining the most appropriate solar array.
Our dedicated team of solar panel installers then manage every step of the process to ensure the project is planned and completed with the minimum of disruption to the client’s day-to-day business.
With hundreds of solar PV installations across the UK, CleanEarth have the experience and the technical expertise to deliver the ideal solution for any business.
"As the cheapest source of new power, onshore wind can make a major contribution to the UK’s clean growth ambitions." https://t.co/bTgyBQXWf7
Today's #nuclear announcement risks blowing a hole in plans to meet our carbon targets. The Gov't must review its energy policies - including reversing restrictions on #onshorewind - or we risk relying more heavily on polluting gas and coal. Press release: https://t.co/G8HfAILe82 https://t.co/xUVABgUqBN