A new dawn.
Though the renewable energy sector is growing in the UK, it is still not yet at the point at which it can break its reliance on finite resources such as fossil fuels.
A recent forecast still expects the UK to be importing up to 20% of its overall energy needs from Europe.
Not only do we think the UK should be self-sustaining, but it we think it should be sustainable. As such we have developed a series of solar farms over the past few years, including an Oxfordshire-based example that generates up to 5MW across 25 acres.
Even in isolation, this farm can provide enough power per annum for 1,515 homes, saving an equivalent of 2,150 tones of carbon dioxide.
If you’d like to invest in our Solar Power projects, find out how here.
Keeping the lights on.
Renewable energy is reliant on environmental conditions. To state the obvious, solar needs daylight, wind farms need wind.Find out more
Sustainable food production is a major challenge for the UK. In 2017, the supermarket Morrisons published...Find out more
Waste not, want not.
The UK’s recycling rate has stayed at around 45% for the last seven years. For it to meet the UK’s 2020 target of 50%...Find out more
Investing in our products will place your capital at risk and you may not get back the full amount invested.Read more
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