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From meeting your corporate responsibility goals to saving money in the long-term, there are plenty of reasons businesses are considering making the switch to renewable energy sources. In this guide, we’re showing you how to get renewable energy for your business.

How your business could become greener in three simple steps:

Get a site survey

Getting a renewable energy site survey will help you determine which renewable solution is right for your business. Surveyors will look at a wide range of factors including the size and location of your business, and your budget.

Explore your options

Once you’ve had your site survey you can research your options and choose whichever you feel would work best.

One of the most popular renewable energy sources in the UK is Solar PV. And with the capacity to cut down your energy bills by up to 70% it’s no wonder that businesses would be so attracted to the humble solar panel. You can even send any electricity you don’t use back to the grid to make that little extra cash on the side. While the installation cost can be expensive, if your panels are optimally placed, you should save money in the long run.

f you’re interested in having Solar PV installations at your business premises in Cambridgeshire, contact Bailey Electrical today.

Choose your installer

When choosing your installer you should make sure they have all the right credentials. This will give you peace of mind that the installer is following all the latest regulations and legal obligations, as well as offering a high-quality renewable energy installation that should benefit your business for years to come. You should make sure your installer is government-approved under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). Other credentials to look out for include the Renewable Energy Consumer Code – an organisation which sets high consumer protection standards for renewable energy installations.

There you have our simple steps to get renewable energy for your business. Speak to Bailey Electrical Services today about our Solar PV installations and how they could work on your premises.



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