Riomay brings solar energy to cold warehouse
A new 100kW solar photovoltaic system is helping to cut carbon emissions at the Snowmountain Enterprises cold storage warehouse in Cambridgeshire.
Here's some more information from the system's designers:
Leading supplier of integrated renewable and traditional energy systems Riomay worked with Snowmountain Enterprises to install a solar PV system for a cold storage warehouse in Cambridgeshire, generating an estimated power output of 74,096kWh per annum.
The Riomay team, who provide a full design and installation service for those looking for renewable energy options, was contracted to design and install the 2 x 50 kW solar PV system. Helping offset high energy usage on the site, it will also help reduce Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) allowance payments for Snowmountain Enterprises.
Riomay offers integrated renewable energy systems with traditional mechanical and electrical project design, allowing customers a complete heating and electrical package. Their service includes solar PV, solar thermal, air, water, ground source heat pumps and rainwater capture.
Ben Skoulding from Snowmountain Enterprises said: “Riomay has served as our preferred PV installer of choice now for the last three years, providing over 300kW of solar energy.
“We have been very happy with the level of service provided by the Riomay team and are particularly impressed with the company’s ability to meet our tight deadlines as required. The solar energy produced, we are delighted to report is so far exceeding our tenant’s expectations, cutting their energy bills down considerably despite this dull weather.”
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