- Store as much surplus electricity as possible
- Future proof the installation for possible wind turbine
- Make it beneficial to run electric aga using greener energy
Being a rural customer with a lot of electrical loads in the home, we helped our client to utilise as much renewable energy as possible with the use of a large battery storage system. As we delve into the intricacies of this case study, we unveil the ingenious strategies and cutting-edge technologies employed by St. John’s Chapel to not only store surplus electricity efficiently but also lay the foundation for a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future.
We were already fitting Solar panels to the roof but needed a way to run ‘out of the ordinary’ appliances on greener/less expensive energy. As the Solar would be exporting a fair margin due to work hours, we opted for a 6kW hybrid inverter that could be connected together with the Solar and batteries to save on inverter power losses. Rather than a standard 5-10kwh of storage, we installed 19.2kwh.
The batteries could be charged and discharged at a much higher rate.
The aga was able to be used in a much greener way.
The 6kW inverter gave the ability to charge the batteries using wind power later.
Discover how Go2 Renewables is leading the way towards a greener future. see some of the projects we've been working on below.
Witness the transformative impact of our cutting-edge greener energy solutions with both our business and residential clients.
The deployment of solar panels has emerged as a beacon of hope for organisations seeking to reduce energy consumption costs, monitor live data, and leave a lasting impact on their local environment.
This case study takes a deep dive into the world of solar panel technology. We helped High Force Research Ltd. gain a head start along the road of significantly reducing their carbon footprint with the use of a 125kWp Solar PV Array on the roof. Their mission was threefold: to significantly reduce energy consumption costs, establish a live data monitoring system, and make a substantial contribution to curbing their carbon footprint within the community.
With a seismic shift towards sustainable transportation, the electric vehicle (EV) industry stands at the forefront of innovation.
As we explore the dynamic landscape of EV charging, this case study shines a spotlight on Intercontinental Brands Ltd. Middlesbrough. The challenge they faced was multi-faceted: to harness the potential of EV charging technology, enabling use for multiple cars, facilitating regular software updates, and, crucially, delivering faster charging speeds than traditional home charging units.
Get In Touch
We provide up-to-date, cost-effective products and solutions that make renewwable energy accessible to all.
Fill out the form below, and our experts will provide personalized recommendations and answer any of your questions.