Solar Panels For Hospitals
Hospitals rely hugely on machinery to help care for patients. From inexpensive equipment for short-term care all the way up to state-of-the-art lifesaving machines – they’re all equally dependent on a steady stream of power, making energy supply an all-important issue for hospital staff.
This energy can be readily supplied by our solar panel systems. Not only do they help reduce carbon emissions, making them good for the environment, but they provide helpful financial and economic benefits too.
Why Use Solar Panels For Your Business?
As well as reducing energy costs, solar panels can also act as a source of secondary income, which is particularly useful to hospitals as they can sometimes suffer under budget cuts.
By helping out with the money situation, solar panels can help hospitals save on cash and redirect it to the departments and facilities that need it most.
This helps hospitals become more productive and efficient, which has measurable and important positive impacts on staff and patients.
Why Invest Solar PV?
- Enjoy a levelised cost of electricity (potentially as as low as £0.03/kWh) for your energy
- Significantly reduce your energy usage and spend
- RETURNS OF UP TO (AND IN EXCESS OF) 20%
- 100% asset finance available
- Meet your CSR objectives
- Secured electricity for 25 years
- Low maintenance
- Minimal disruption to your business
Customers who have taken control of their energy with low carbon
- Funding For The Installation Of Solar Panels In Hospitals
Hospitals may be able to benefit from free solar, through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). If successful, you’ll have a free solar PV system installed and maintained for 20-40 years. Benefits include zero initial costs and reduced electricity costs from then on, as you purchase your generated electricity at an extremely affordable pre-agreed rate.
For the ultimate in cutting-edge solutions, why not pair your solar panels with our other renewable energy solutions? LED Lighting and Infrared Heating can save you thousands too.