SunGift Solar Beaming After Awarded Met Office Contract

Posted by Lisa Watson on July 23rd 2012 in News

Recently, we were delighted to learn that our client, SunGift Solar, were awarded a contract from the Met Office. As part of the contract, the team at SunGift Solar were to design and install a huge array of 1000 solar panels across the roof of the Met Office energy centre in Exeter - one of the largest roof-top solar PV panel installations in the UK. The installation will generate 221, 000 kW hours of electricity per year (enough to power 67 houses) and save a staggering 116 tonnes of CO2 per year (which is roughly the equivalent to taking 28 average petrol cars off the road every year). Click here to watch a video of the Met Office installation in action. Established in 2005 SunGift Solar have been going from strength-to-strength over the years. Winning the South West Green Energy Awards in 2011 and 2009, and becoming runners up in 2010, SunGift Solar are definitely ones to watch when it comes to high quality renewable energy solutions. To learn more about SunGift Solar, please log on to: Or visit their profile on YouGen:
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