August 2016 Archive

What’s the cheapest way to get Solar PV?

What’s the cheapest way to get Solar PV?

Posted on 29th Aug 2016 by Ged Ennis

For many, solar PV is available free of charge. Yes, you’ve heard us right – it won’t cost you a penny! Free solar is available to a number of industries via a number of different financing schemes – the most popular of which we’ll discover today.

Renewable energy solutions for the leisure industry

Renewable energy solutions for the leisure industry

Posted on 22nd Aug 2016 by Ged Ennis

There are so many reasons why businesses in the leisure industry should switch to renewables. Solutions like solar power, LED lighting, and infrared heating all have their place and can help leisure businesses save money while also helping them do their bit for the environment. At Low Carbon Energy, we offer all these services and […]

How can universities benefit from solar?

How can universities benefit from solar?

Posted on 8th Aug 2016 by Ged Ennis

It’s not just domestic homes and large-scale businesses benefitting from solar PV. Solar for education has become huge over the past few years, with the demand for solar for higher education and primary schools growing year-on-year. With benefits including a reduction in energy bills, green future, and an opportunity to earn some cash too, it’s […]

How can local councils and authorities benefit from solar?

How can local councils and authorities benefit from solar?

Posted on 8th Aug 2016 by Ged Ennis

For many councils and local authorities across the UK, the switch to solar has been vital. Not only has solar power helped councils work with their tight budgets and save money; solar PV has also helped councils meet strict energy targets. At Low Carbon Energy, we specialise in working with a variety of sectors – […]

What can we learn from Solar Impulse 2?

What can we learn from Solar Impulse 2?

Posted on 1st Aug 2016 by Ged Ennis

If you’ve been following recent news, you’ll know that Solar Impulse 2, a solar plane, has just completed its first round-the-world trip. That’s not all Solar Impulse 2 has achieved; the plane, which operates via solar power alone, was the first of its kind to complete a round-the-world trip – demonstrating the potential Solar PV […]