TLGEC Renewable Energy: Solar PV, Battery Storage & EV Charging in Kent, Sussex, Surrey, London & Surrounding Areas
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EV Charging, Solar News & More
If you missed our recent news and updates, here’s what we’ve been going on at TLGEC and in the word of eco renewables.
Bringing Power to Electric Vehicles
Increasingly, planning authorities are requiring developers to include charging points for a percentage of parking spaces in new retail, residential and commercial developments.
Our team can advise you on how to tackle this and find the most suitable charging solution.
Rest assured, working with some of the leading manufacturers we have the experience and expertise to provide the right solution at the right price.
We reported on our blog last week, that Scottish Power has just announced that Britain will need to boost its generation of electricity by about a quarter because of the shift to electric cars and electric heating rising so much.
This news comes as we have just revamped the EV Charging section of our website, which features this great little video to show how EV Charging works:
Solar PV at Sustainable Business Space
We recently installed this 24 panel Solar PV system for QED Sustainable Urban Development at their new innovative business space development at Watermill Wharf in Strood, Kent.
The Solar PV System will power this pioneering contemporary business space that has been constructed out of containers, for entrepreneurs, start-ups and micro-firms.
The £1million development will provide sustainable, robust and affordable premises solution for small and medium-sized businesses in Medway.
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