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    Jan 25

    Renewable energy is now vitally important to safeguard your future

    Client PR, Solen Energy UK / No Comments

    “UK fuel bills to increase”

    UK organisations could see their yearly fuel bills significantly increase rapidly unless they invest in low carbon alternatives.

    This warning comes out following a recent report released by The UK Governments own official advisers on climate change.

    Debbie Webb, Sales & Marketing Manager of Solen Energy UK said, “This latest report emphasises just how important investing in renewable energy has now become.


    “The countries reliance on fossil fuels has been further demonstrated by the announcement to restart ‘fracking’, the potentially hazardous process of extracting gas from shale.

    “The UK Government sector should now seriously be considering investing in renewable sources of energy such as solar power to protect themselves from fuel prices that look set to spiral out of control.”

    The report, which was released in December 2012 by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) warns of the financial risks surrounding fossil fuels.

    The primary cause of energy bill increases since 2004 has been the increase in the international gas price and this alone can make up as much as 62 per cent of the rise in the typical energy bill.

    The Committee on Climate Change chairman Lord Deben (former Government Energy Secretary John Gummer) said, “A strategy which invests in low-carbon technologies provides a portfolio of energy sources as insurance against the risk of high gas prices.”

    “All organisations that take action now and invest in renewable sources of energy are protecting themselves against the volatility of the global energy market.” Added Debbie.

    “Investing in renewable energy is not only about saving the planet, it’s also about protecting yourself financially for the future.”

    Solen Energy’s German heritage means that quality and customer service are at the very heart of the organisation.

    As Solar PV experts Solen Energy are currently a preferred supplier to Landmarc services and have the experience in installing large scale systems targeted to both commercial and government sectors.

    By dealing with a truly pan European company you benefit for unrivalled experience at supplying, designing and installing medium to large scale solar pv systems.

    With offices and warehouses strategically placed in both the North and South of the UK Solen Energy supply and support the entire United Kingdom, whatever the requirement.

    Solen Energy’s team of qualified technical experts are trained in the latest technologies from a wide range of manufacturers.

    To find out how your organisation can protect itself for the future and benefit from Solar Energy call now:

    Tel: 01726 862470 (South)

    Tel: 0151 448 9662 (North)

    Power your future – with Solen Energy


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