Housing association-run Raven Renewables indications new roof solar installment partnership
- Housing association-run solar installer Raven Renewables has actually signed a new, exterior bargain to set up solar panels for a fellow social property manager in Kent.
The firm will fit roof panels on 12 of Golding Homes' properties, with jobs to take place at Crittenden Bungalows, in Gallants Lane, Maidstone, as well as Cedar Gardens, in Stockbury, Sittingbourne.
According to Raven Renewables-- which said it believes it is the very first firm to be introduced by a housing association, Surrey-based Raven Housing Trust-- residents might save as much as ₤ 600 annually on their power bills thanks to the solar installments, based on specific usage patterns.
" We are delighted to be executing this crucial help Golding Homes, which must make a huge impact for their residents at a critical time; during a worldwide energy crisis," Mark Gardiner, company growth manager at Raven Renewables, stated.
" The resulting financial savings on their house costs will certainly help counter the international rise in power prices, making their homes less expensive to run. Mounting lasting innovations like these photovoltaic or pv solar panels reduces the quantity of electrical energy residents have to buy from the National Grid, as well as minimizing our reliance on expensive imported fossil fuels."
Raven Renewables was founded to help supply technologies including air resource heat pumps, ground resource heat pumps, solar photovoltaic or pv panels and electrical vehicle billing points, to Raven Housing Trust, which has a target of retrofitting 6,000 properties.
A number of housing associations have wanted to solar to minimize their residents costs as well as help cut emissions, with the similarity North Lincolnshire Homes, the Fold Housing Association as well as Berwickshire Housing Association taking on the technology on a variety of their properties.
" We wish to support our customers to conserve money on their family costs and also this project will certainly help them do that," said Lucy Breeze, sustainability manager at Golding Homes.
" Our clients are at the centre of our environmental passion and our drive to enhance the sustainability of our homes. We're delighted that those consumers living in homes fitted with Raven Renewables' solar panels will certainly benefit from a reduced carbon resource of power for their homes."