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Net Zero

Why Net Zero should be a priority in a post Covid-19 world

Posted on 21st Jul 2020 by Michael Cain

As restrictions continue to ease in many parts of the UK, and in other countries across the world, there are calls on governments and organisations not to undo one of the few positive side-effects of this devastating pandemic – namely, the relief it has provided for the environment. As we’ve discussed before here at Low […]

Installation To Resume For Low Carbon Energy

Posted on 26th Jun 2020 by Michael Cain

Lancashire-based Low Carbon Energy are gearing up to carry out their first installation since lockdown commenced. The leading multi-service renewable energy company hasn’t slowed down during these uncertain times. Instead the business has been powering through, perfecting existing projects prior to installation resuming. Coach House, one of the largest and most trusted trade-only names in […]

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Why are commercial solar panels so popular with UK businesses?

Posted on 16th Jun 2020 by Ged Ennis

The UK is installing solar panels faster than any other European country. With domestic installations rising in popularity amongst homeowners, more and more people are turning to commercial solar panels to power their businesses and institutions too. We can certainly attest to the latter here at Low Carbon Energy – we’re busier than ever installing […]

Free Solar

The key differences between ground and roof mounted solar

Posted on 27th May 2020 by Ged Ennis

When sizing up your business for commercial solar panels, there are several key considerations you’ll have to bear in mind. In fact there’s a long list of questions you should ask yourself before you install solar panels, such as how many solar panels your business needs, and what’s involved in a solar panel installation. It’s […]

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What is a brownout and how does it affect your business?

Posted on 27th Apr 2020 by Ged Ennis

Brownout is basically the term used to describe what happens when the voltage drops below the usual mains supply level. It’s similar to but not quite the same as a blackout, which is a complete (and normally sudden) loss of power. The term brownout is sometimes used interchangeably with the term sag, but the big […]

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Positive solar industry news to brighten a very dark time

Posted on 14th Apr 2020 by Ged Ennis

It’s only April, and already 2020 has been a year of unprecedented change. There are very few places left on Earth which haven’t been touched by the Covid-19 crisis, and life here in the UK has changed unrecognisably. It’s possible, even likely, that things may never be quite the same again. Millions of us were […]

6 reasons to choose solar panels for your industrial business

Posted on 2nd Apr 2020 by Ged Ennis

There’s no shortage of sectors that can reap huge rewards from the use of commercial solar panels to offset costs, and the industrial sector is no exception. We serve a broad range of industries here at Low Carbon Energy, and we’ve got decades of experience behind us in helping businesses save money, become more efficient, […]

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How solar panels benefit farms and agriculture

Posted on 3rd Mar 2020 by Ged Ennis

Farming and agriculture comprises one of our key sectors here at Low Carbon Energy, and our solar panel solutions have a long history of helping clients in this industry to achieve maximum energy efficiency and return on investment. The numerous advantages of solar panels are applicable to a wide range of sectors, but they can […]

Why commercial solar panels are the perfect fit for your office

Posted on 25th Feb 2020 by Ged Ennis

Commercial solar panels are amongst our several key sectors here at Low Carbon Energy, and we’ve got decades of experience in designing systems to maximise energy efficiency and return on investment for our customers. As you might expect, solar panels can have specific benefits for offices and commercial businesses – we’ll explore some of the […]

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Why renewable energy is more important than ever in 2020

Posted on 28th Jan 2020 by Ged Ennis

Renewable energy has always been a valuable opportunity for UK businesses, but 2020 marks the start of a whole new era. For this year and beyond, changing public attitudes and governmental initiatives will have a significant effect on the renewable energy sector. Commercial solar panels in particular are set to ben more beneficial for businesses […]

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