Public Sector

Solar PV systems for schools and public sector buildings

Earn money from feed in tariffs

Public buildings often offer a large roof space ideally suited to solar PV generation but solar PV panels can be incorporated into almost any building. The PV modules can be mounted on to roofs or facades or PV roof tiles can directly replace conventional roofing materials. With the introduction of the Feed-in Tariffs from April 2010, solar PV systems are a logical solution to rising energy bills and the need to meet CO2 targets. Oxbridge Solar will assess your energy requirements and suitability for a solar PV system to deliver real benefits from guaranteed feed in tariff income.



Protect the environment
Increasing media attention and public concern over environmental issues, notably climate change, has given rise to a growing appetite for more sustainable products and services. The installation of solar PV to a school or public building visibly shows commitment to sustainability and can help you to meet government targets for CO2 emissions and corporate social responsibility. Installation in the school environment can be helpful in educating the next generation of energy users that we can all play our part in reducing our carbon footprint.



Assured electricity supply 
In 2010 energy regulator, Ofgem warned the nation to expect 20% electricity price hikes by 2020, and warned future supplies were in jeopardy, so a solar PV system warranted by the manufactuerer to give 80% efficiency after 25 years should pay for itself many times over whilst ensuring that your public building has an assured power supply.
We provide a complete service from planning guidance and technical design to installation by accredited engineers.