Why buy electricity from others when you can conveniently generate it using your empty roof space?
Is it time to consider a solution to combat rising energy prices and take control of your energy costs, if not cut them out for life? Why not become more sustainable while improving the EPC and well-being of your business and addressing your corporate social responsibility.
Your roofs will become an asset if used correctly. Why leave all that dead space when you could have solar in place supporting your businesses energy use, while also offering a return through the government FIT scheme.
Is it time for you to consider the solar way of doing things and make a change now to return an investment in the future. Then please get in touch and one of our solar consultants will happily discuss options that may suit your needs.
We offer a wide range of services for our commercial partners and make sure that they are looked after the REST of the way into the future of their business.
Get smarter by switching to commercial solar solutions with REST – a reputable, reliant and experienced renewable energy company. Talk to our solar energy adviser for more discussions about your needs.
Protect your business against future increases in energy costs
Improve your corporate-social responsibility and business’ credibility by reducing your carbon footprint
Get high Return-On-Investment by receiving payment for the electricity you generate under the government’s FIT scheme
Reduce business overhead by using renewable energy in daylight hours and save up to 100% in energy costs
What we do
We offer a number of services:
- Large Scale Solar PV Projects
- Individual Solar Panel Monitoring
- Battery Storage / Grid Aggregation
- Commercial Voltage Optimisation
- Hot Water Controllers
- Infrared Heating and Smart Controls
- Low Carbon Projects
- Air source Heat Pumps
- LED Lighting
What people are saying
10 massive corporations going big on solar power
American businesses are investing record amounts in solar, with the top corporate users adding 325 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity last year, according to the “Solar Means Business 2017” report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
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