Stevenage-based business, Kitchen Ergonomics, contacted us with the challenge of future-proofing their energy source whilst also lowering energy bills.
Managing director and business owner, Andy Ward, realised that the cost of conventional energy was not sustainable as the company grew. And, with local funds available for solar installation, the business was keen to take advantage.
“We were looking for a trouble-free installation,” said Andy, “and we had lots of questions and concerns surrounding costs.”
“Climateshield were a massive help. They showed us how to apply for a grant, which we received and which allowed us to proceed with the project.”
In addition to reducing costs, Kitchen Ergonomics was keen to play their part in giving future generations a clean and sustainable environment to live in.
“Not only did we reduce our energy bills, it also felt good that we were taking care of our planet and our children’s future home by lowering our carbon footprint,” he said.
With a healthy 16% return on investment, this installation will save approximately £1,100 in the first year and a whopping £61,000* over the 25 year term, as well as cutting 2,300kg of carbon emissions per year – the equivalent of planting 100 trees. If, like Kitchen Ergonomics, you want to reduce your energy bills and switch to a sustainable source of energy, get in touch. We can help you too.