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solar installation for Cambridge University Department of Engineering

In addition to being one of the longest established grain and seed merchants in East Anglia, Frederic Smart Ltd also offer a warehousing and distribution service to the food industry. The business was to relocate into purpose-built warehouse and offices and South Cambridge District Council had applied a planning condition to the new building for a modest amount of renewable energy.   more

The prestigious University of Cambridge Department of Engineering is housed in historic buildings in the heart of Cambridge.  A renovation of the Inglis Building in 2013 created the opportunity to ...more

The Wyboston Lakes complex comprises hotel, spa, golf course, conference facilities and serviced offices.  The site has very high energy use, with much of the energy demand during the daytime.  As part of a drive for higher energy efficiency...more

Examples of our previous work that showcase the range of buildings that can benefit from solar




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Brandon Court is a residential complex for the elderly run by Cambridge City Council.  When the building was redeveloped, improving energy efficiency was high on the list of requirements, but so was aesthetics.  Being located in a conservation area in Cambridge, the PV installation had to be approved ...more


As a manufacturer of solar panels, Viridian Solar wanted to demonstrate a commitment to its own products.  In March 2012, the decision was taken to install a solar PV array on the roof of the factory and headquarters near Cambridge.


To optimize the annual solar yield, the panels...more