With electricity prices rising steeper and faster than ever, many businesses are keen to take steps today to protect themselves.
Although prices are increasing almost overnight, it can take up to 12 months to correctly develop, design and deliver a commercial-scale solar PV system.
This blog delves into the milestones and timescales involved in developing a solar PV system, and what can be done to speed it up
Solar panel systems are designed to remain in-situ for upwards of 30 years. With this in mind - if the system is going on a roof - it is important to ensure that the chosen building can cope with the additional weight of the solar panels as well as what ever else mother nature can throw at it.
Time is running out - don’t lose your share of the tax breaks for investing in solar power! Did you know that there are a number of tax incentives for businesses investing in green power?
Thanks to the UK’s successful vaccine rollout, there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel. With this in mind, after nearly 18 months hibernation, BeBa Energy are ready to hit the road! We will be exhibiting at the following industry shows – come and say hello!
For many businesses that installed solar panels between 2010 – 2015 it was something of a gamble. Solar was far from a proven technology in the UK, and the cost of the installation was very high. As a result, many businesses did not necessarily realise the full potential of their roof or land as they chose to invest based upon a budget, the ‘FIT bands’ and their appetite for risk.
BeBa Energy are proud to have a dynamic team of individuals. The first in our series of Meet the Team articles introduces our Project Administrator, Megan Fulham.
Solar Power Portal recently caught up with our very own Sales Director Shaun Beattie, to delve into our early beginnings as a joint venture, using Google Earth to source new opportunities and the "buoyant" UK commercial solar market.
There is a widespread misconception that solar systems are a ‘fit-and-forget’ technology. Whilst it is true that solar PV systems contain no moving parts, they are still made up of many different components that can, on occasion, go wrong.
It’s widely accepted that if you want to get the absolute most out of a solar panel it should be south facing to capture the sun as it travels from east to west. But what if your buildings do not face south?