June 2016 Archive

solar panels used on public transport buildings

Can solar power benefit public transport buildings?

Posted on 30th Jun 2016 by Ged Ennis

Solar power is one of the fastest developing industries across the globe – and considering its many benefits, it’s no surprise. One of the best things about solar is that it’s suited to all industries and homes, there really are no restrictions. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at public transportation as we […]

Can retail benefit from solar power

Can retail benefit from solar power?

Posted on 24th Jun 2016 by Ged Ennis

Many retail stores are now showing how their operations can be powered by solar power. The likes of Apple, H&M, Costa Coffee, and Ikea have all proven that solar-powered stores and warehouses are possible – and at Low Carbon Energy, we’ve made a solar-powered future possible for some smaller retail groups too.

LED lighting installation

The future looks bright for LED lighting

Posted on 16th Jun 2016 by Ged Ennis

LED lighting has finally become the main source of lighting for many homeowners and businesses across the UK. However, there are still a huge number of people out there who’ve yet to convert to LED lights. But with lighting accounting for a huge proportion of our energy bills, at home, in the workplace, and in […]

commercial sector in dange of missing targets

Commercial sector in danger of missing targets

Posted on 8th Jun 2016 by Ged Ennis

Recent reports have shown that the commercial sector may not be doing quite enough when it comes to decarbonisation. In Bilfinger GVA’s latest Green to Gold survey, there were worrying trends when it came to the commercial sector’s sustainability management.

solar panels in educational establishments

Why solar is a great investment for schools

Posted on 1st Jun 2016 by Ged Ennis

Reduced electricity bills, a stream of income, setting a great example for our youth… what’s not to like about solar for schools? At Low Carbon Energy we work with a whole range of clients, sectors, and industries, one of which being the education sector. And while every renewable energy project is important to us, working […]