Maximising the power of onsite solar: edie launches free guide for businesses

Organisations seeking to capitalise on the sustainability benefits offered by onsite solar now have access to a new edie Explains guide which breaks down everything you need to know about deploying solar solutions across business facilities.

The eight-page guide also incorporates a number of 'top tips' on deploying onsite solar solutions

The eight-page guide also incorporates a number of 'top tips' on deploying onsite solar solutions

The new edie Explains: Onsite Solar business guide, produced in association with edie's supporting partner E.ON, provides an in-depth summary of the onsite solar, which has benefited from falling installation costs and increased efficiencies, making it a potentially transformative business solution.

--- READ THE ONSITE SOLAR GUIDE HERE ---

What is onsite solar and how could it work for a business? What are the business benefits from installing onsite solar? And what considerations and funding opportunities need to be examined to build the business case? This free edie Explains guide gives you everything you need to know.

The eight-page guide also incorporates a number of 'top tips' on deploying onsite solar solutions and concludes with an industry case study, provided by E.ON, which explores the company worked with The ACC Liverpool Group to install 925 solar panels.

The onsite solution accounts for 5-10% of the venue’s overall electricity use and is used across different venues, to power everything from exhibitions and conferences to banquets, concerts and sporting events, as well as a four-star, 216-room hotel.

edie staff


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