Attention all CEOs!
If your business premises has an unused rooftop, then you are missing out on an opportunity to save money and electricity for your company. At Lightsource Renewable Energy, we provide rooftop solar photovoltaic (or PV) solutions for some of the largest brands in the UK.
As the UK’s leading solar energy company, we develop and operate the largest commercial solar PV portfolio and manage more solar projects than any other company on long term contracts. We have installed one third of all commercial rooftop solar projects and as the largest purchaser of solar components, are able to source the latest technology at unbeatable prices. Our internal R&D department are constantly working to further improve the efficiency of our systems and our technologies will work on all roof types.
Scotland is leading the way in the UK for renewable energy generation with nearly 50 per cent of its electricity needs being provided through renewable sources, mainly via wind and hydro energy technologies. Recent developments in solar photovoltaics (PV) have revolutionised our ability to harness the power of the sun making solar PV technology a realistic, cost-effective, and sustainable energy source worldwide. For Scotland, solar PV energy generation is quickly emerging as a complimentary local energy source which will help meet the nation’s 2020 targets of the equivalent of 100 per cent of gross annual electricity demand from renewable energy generation.
Lightsource Renewable Energy is Europe’s leading solar PV electricity generator, producing the equivalent of enough electricity to power over 200,000 UK households. The company affirms its investment to Scotland with the opening of its new office in Livingston this month by Energy Minster, Fergus Ewing. At the event, Mr. Ewing stated there is “a significant role” for solar PV to play in Scotland.
The School Run, a website dedicated to helping parents with their children’s primary school education, have featured our bird and bat box competition on their forum.
Have a look at their site here: http://www.theschoolrun.com/forum/primary-school-competitions
Lightsource Renewable Energy, the UK’s largest solar energy generator, is set to build a nationwide partnership with local solar PV installers as it looks to expand its rooftop portfolio.
Lightsource’s Operations Director, Mark Turner was recently interviewed for Solar O&M Europe, which takes place from the 7th to the 8th of October 2014 in Milan, Italy. Mark oversees the infrastructure of the business and a team of over 25 highly qualified solar engineers and technicians. See below for a taster from the interview and a link which takes you to the complete article.
Lightsource Renewable Energy has been shortlisted in the Sustainable Energy Installer/Supplier of the Year category of the Regen SW Green Energy Awards.
New guidance compiled by the NFU and published by the BRE National Solar Centre shows how solar farms can be combined with continued agricultural land use for small livestock such as sheep, chickens or geese. Describing recent experience and best practice for the integration of ground-mounted solar PV with conventional agriculture, the guide complements previous publications on planning and biodiversity management for solar farms.
The Wilburton solar farm, off Twenty Pence Road, will be open from 10am–4pm on Friday to give visitors a close-up view of how the solar farm works and the additional benefits the site has brought to wildlife.
With the efficiency of solar cells constantly increasing and the growing international need for alternative energy solutions now a more pressing issue than ever before, a race has begun amongst the world’s nations to light up the road ahead for solar energy generation.
Let’s take a look at which countries are currently leading the way…
European gold and Olympic silver medal winner Tina Cook is being backed for a bright season by new sponsor Lightsource Renewable Energy – the UK’s leading solar energy generator.
As many of you may be aware, Tina entered full-time into the eventing world at just 16 years of age, she rapidly rose through the ranks and gained a coveted scholarship to Gatcombe where she trained for a year with Captain Mark Phillips.