We fit some of the most inexpensive chargers available, and if you are a tenant or a flat owner-occupier, we can apply for a grant on your behalf for up to £350 under the EV Homecharging Scheme. Commercial premises may qualify for a subsidy for a maximum of 40 EV chargers under the Workplace Charging Point Scheme. This will save business owners up to £14,000.
Contact us to find out if you qualify, and we will conduct a no-obligation free survey and inform you of the most efficient charging options for your property or business.
Solar Power In Tonbridge & Malling
Tonbridge and Malling in Kent, like many places in the UK, has the potential to harness solar power.
Several factors affect the suitability of a location for solar power, including how much sunlight it receives, space availability, and any shading from nearby buildings or trees. Tonbridge and Malling is a relatively rural district with some built-up areas and significant areas of open space, so homes in this district have the possibility of generating adequate power from solar panels.
Several buildings in Tonbridge and Malling have installed solar panels to generate their own electricity or hot water. These include Hadlow College, which has a large solar photovoltaic installation on the roof of one of its buildings. The solar panels generate electricity to power the college’s facilities, reducing their carbon footprint and energy costs.
Larkfield Leisure Centre, has also installed solar panels to power the leisure centre’s facilities, including its swimming pool and gym.
St Andrew’s Church, located in Paddock Wood, has installed solar panels as part of an effort to reduce its carbon footprint. The panels power the church’s facilities and to supply excess electricity to the grid.
The East Malling Research Centre has a large solar PV array on the roof of one of its buildings. The solar panels power the research centre’s facilities and feeds excess electricity into the grid.
Overall, there are many opportunities for buildings in Tonbridge and Malling to install solar panels and generate their own electricity or hot water. As renewable energy technology continues to advance, we hope to see even more buildings in the area adopting solar power in the future.