This past year has been the most impactful period of time in recent memory as uncertainty surrounding Brexit and Covid-19 has forced many firms to adapt in unconventional ways. However, this year has also seen a massive shift in public perception towards tackling the climate change emergency as the need for renewable energy continues to grow.
Our skills and experiences that we’ve gained over the years has allowed us to be at the forefront of this incredible industry and we intend to serve the anticipated demands which are predicted to present themselves over the forthcoming year.
Despite the difficulties presented by the pandemic, we have recruited at the apprentice & graduate-level to bolster our ability to meet the new challenges of this diverse energy landscape.
Throughout this year, we successfully delivered a number of innovative projects, some highlights are;
• The HyperHubs Project, Yorkshire: 3 sites of 100 kWp solar carport, 348kW/507kWh battery, 4x 150kW & 4x 50kW EV chargers and 20 7kw EV chargers
• Stourton Park and Ride, Leeds: 1.2MWp solar carport, 500kW/1000kWh battery & 26 EV chargers
• Gower Power: 228kW/912 kWh battery co-located on a 1MWp solar farm feeding a community energy project
• DPD Distribution Centre, Leicestershire: 2.5MWp
• Storengy, Northwich: 2.25MWp solar farm
• Flamingo Flowers, Sandy: 1MWp solar PV system
• Hilsea Depot, Portsmouth: 250kWp solar PV system powering a Smart Grid & 10 Tesla PowerWall 2 battery array (50kW/135kWh battery)
• National Express, Coventry: 250kWp solar PV linked to Smart Bus charging infrastructure
• Frasers property rollout: 416kWp into landlord supplies
Our teams were able to adapt and ensure all of these projects were delivered whilst abiding by changeable government guidelines for social distancing.
Building on our work on the Oat Errish Project, featured in the Grand Designs TV show, EvoEnergy were appointed to provide consultancy for a number of solar canopy projects around the world. Furthermore, we continue to support British Antarctic Survey in decarbonising their UK base and assist with their plans to decarbonise their southern hemisphere facilities.
Our principal renewable energy consultant, Jonathan Roper made an appearance at COP26’s panel with Solar Energy UK and the Global Solar Council; Lighting up COP26. The talk highlighted the key benefits and potential that renewable energy technology brings to organisations and businesses across the UK.
Watch this fascinating discussion here:
In regard to awards, EvoEnergy has once again been recognised for its outstanding work this year receiving the following awards:
- The Energy Awards 2021
- Commercial Building Energy Project Of The Year – (Stourton Park & Ride)
- Energy Efficiency Awards 2021
- Solar PV Installer & Contractor Of The Year – Winner
- Large Project Of The Year – Highly Commended (Aldi RDC)
- Housing Association/ Landlord Of The Year – Commended (Leicester City Council)
- Solar & Storage Live Awards 2021
- Commercial Solar and/or Storage Project of the Year (Stourton Park & Ride)
- EV Infrastructure Project of the Year (HyperHubs)
- The Electrical Industry
- Electrical Project Of The Year (Stourton Park & Ride)
- Global Green Business Awards 2021
- Most Advanced Renewable Energy Products Developer
- Prestige Awards
o Renewable Energy Specialists of the Year
Outside of work, many of us competed in a go-karting event which was a great opportunity for us to get together in a non-work environment. It was a much-welcomed event after having spent so long away from the office during the pandemic.
Ultimately, it has been another successful year for EvoEnergy, as we continue to innovate and expand our ever-growing portfolio of projects. Our 2022 holds many exciting new projects in the pipeline and we will be looking forward to new opportunities in the coming year.
We will be back to take your enquiries on Tuesday 4th January 2022.
EvoEnergy want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Solar Year!