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Premier Inn To Install More Solar Panels

Many of you may have spent the night at a Premier Inn with numerous such properties located in various parts of the UK. Over the years, the well known TV star Sir Lenworth George Henry better known by he name of Lenny Henry has advertised these inns on television.

Well, the hotel business is to have more solar panels fitted to another 70 of their properties providing an additional capacity of 1.6 MW. The company already has 113 of their hotels fitted with solar panels so this is a big increase.

We are sure that you will agree, it is pleasing to see such a large business show commitment to lowering their carbon emissions and utilizing more renewable energy here in the UK.

It is being forecast that Premier Inns should have reduced their carbon emissions
by up to 50% by 2025. It will be interesting to monitor how successful Premier Inns is at lowering such omissions and we wish them every success in this respect. It is also being forecast that the company could lower carbon emissions by anything up to 88% by the time 2050 comes along.

In recent years, there have been many major companies that have invested in solar panels. You may have come across one or more of them when you have been out and about. For instance, Sainsbury’s’ Supermarket has invested in solar photovoltaic panels in recent years. There will no doubt be other large businesses that take on board the installation of solar panels here in the UK and we will continue to keep you informed about other interesting solar power projects.

If you are considering having solar panels fitted to either your home or business premises or indeed to both then why not let us put you in touch with a number of respected, experienced solar panel businesses who can meet to discuss your individual requirements and provide tailor made quotations for your perusal and consideration.

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