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Solar panels for manufacturers can often be installed at no cost through a Power Purchase Agreement. Large roof spaces make power-intensive manufacturers a perfect candidate for solar PV. This renewable technology can mean business energy saving, environmental benefits and improvements in your supply chain relationships by reducing your carbon footprint.

Evo Energy has helped smaller manufacturers use solar to power their machinery. We’ve also helped big brand manufacturers, like BMW, use 11,500 solar panels to power their entire robotic assembly line and make huge savings on their energy bills.

Collectively, manufacturing is the sector that undeniably uses the most power. The energy-intensive machinery and processing, particularly metal processing manufacturers, utilise significant levels within their day-to-day. The benefit? The higher the electricity consumption, the more you can save on your energy bills.

Business energy saving from day one with a free solar PV system

Manufacturing companies generally have large roofs, suitable for large solar PV systems required to generate the high amounts of electricity required. Although you will get the best return in the long term for self-funding a system, a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a great solution for having a solar PV system installed at no cost, and they allow customers to make huge savings on energy bills throughout the 20-40 year term.

The link above will offer further details on a PPA, but in principle, there is no capital outlay required from you. The system is installed and maintained by EvoEnergy at no cost.

Reduce your carbon footprint and create new opportunities

All companies are under extreme pressure from the Government to reduce their carbon footprint. This is making everyone not just look at their own activities, but also those of others in the supply chain to give claim in taking a positive course of action to saving the environment.

It’s therefore not uncommon for those at the opposite end of the supply chain – wholesalers and retailers – to look at the actions of manufacturers and logistic companies to warrant turning their business to alternative companies with greener credentials.

This aside, with manufacturing companies responsible for a huge slice of the UK’s energy consumption, improving your own CSR in general by investing in energy technology is a credible step to help to save the environment.

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