NEP is delighted to announce a new contract with Croydon Council following a successful tender. The contract, to be fulfilled this summer, is a renewable feasibility study assessing 13,000 of Croydon’s Council houses.
Nottinghamshire based renewable technology experts T4 Sustainability and community investment company Environmental Finance are project partners in the study.
The study will establish which of Croydon’s domestic properties are suitable to house and generate their own green electricity through the installation of solar photovoltaics (PVs) and battery storage technology.
Battery storage means households can store excess energy generated by their solar panels and use it at night to power lights for example – this will lessen their reliance on the grid and lower their electricity bills further.
NEP and partners are keen to get started and uncover Croydon’s green generation potential.