carport

A solar carport is a canopy that covers one or more parking spaces, with solar PV panels embedded in its roof. This effectively uses the previously unused airspace above a vehicle to generate electricity for a building, battery storage, or electric vehicle charging point, at the same time as providing shelter and protection for the vehicles and occupants/pedestrians underneath.
Solar carports come in many different styles and configurations, from cantilevered to canopies, from a single car parking space to an entire surface car park or multi-storey car park roof space.

Carports

A solar carport is a canopy that covers one or more parking spaces, with solar PV panels embedded in its roof. This effectively uses the previously unused airspace above a vehicle to generate electricity for a building, battery storage, or electric vehicle charging point, at the same time as providing shelter and protection for the vehicles and occupants/pedestrians underneath.
Solar carports come in many different styles and configurations, from cantilevered to canopies, from a single car parking space to an entire surface car park or multi-storey car park roof space.

CHP

Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

CHP is an energy-efficient technology that generates electricity and captures the heat that would otherwise be wasted to provide useful thermal energy—such as steam or hot water—that can be used for space heating, cooling, domestic hot water and industrial processes. CHP can be located at an individual facility or building, or be localised energy or utility resource as part of a microgrid.

CHP is typically located at facilities where there is a need for both electricity and thermal energy. Nearly two-thirds of the energy used by conventional electricity generation is wasted in the form of heat discharged to the atmosphere. Additional energy is wasted during the distribution of electricity to end users.

By capturing and using heat that would otherwise be wasted, and by avoiding distribution losses, CHP can achieve efficiencies of over 80%, compared to 50% for typical technologies such as conventional electricity generation and on-site boilers.

Intelligent Hub

An intelligent hub is an internet-connected console in the home or workplace that does two main things… Firstly, it manages incoming energy from different sources including your main supplier, green energy tariffs, solar panels, etc. to the property. Secondly, it connects to clever car charging stations, heating, and hot water, etc.

As well as its own LCD panel, the console comes with its own dashboard, accessible from your PC, tablet or phone.