Powering Cornwall’s businesses with clean, abundant, affordable energy
It’s been another year of energy price rises, with UK businesses paying an average 23% more than the previous year* and small to medium enterprises being hit even harder.
The impacts of climate change have also been in evidence. Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent (and more extreme) in a trend that’s set to accelerate as global temperatures continue to rise.
Businesses can help tackle both of these crises by joining the growing number who’ve invested in generating their own renewable energy.
Wadebridge-based CleanEarth Energy have more than a decade’s experience in delivering solar and wind power projects across the UK.
While they operate as far north as John O’Groats, and recently completed a solar installation in the Scottish lowlands, they have always been very active closer to home and are proud to contribute to Cornwall’s progress towards net zero.
These are some of the Cornish businesses that CleanEarth have worked with recently:
- Camel Glass, Wadebridge
- DM Orthotics, Redruth
- Feritech, Redruth
- Keltek Brewery, Redruth
- Kernow Coatings, Penryn
- Lynher Dairies, Truro
- OMC, Redruth
- Rigibore, Hayle
- Trenake Manor Farm, Looe
To find out how your business could benefit from generating its own solar power, call CleanEarth on 01208 895576 or email Ed Lennon, at email@example.com.
*Source: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy – Quarterly Energy Prices: June 2023 (comparison of Q1 2023 with Q1 2022).