NGPS is pleased to have installed a 20 kilowatt solar panel system at the Brittany Ferries facility in Poole, Dorset.
The company is now the proud owner of a SolarWorld energy generating panel system, distributed across five roof positions to maximise energy generation. Pictured, you can see three installations on the front of the building.
Each solar panel benefits from up to 15% increased energy generation as a result of individual Enphase micro inverters. Enphase also enabled the fitting of panels split over a multiple roof space, and were fitted as standard rather than the usual premium for this product.
Pictured: Keith Baker Brittany Ferries with NGPS Owner Nick Good
Brittany Ferries were delighted with a more than anticipated energy saving prediction, which they will receive on top of the government’s 20 year Feed in Tariff paid for every kilowatt hour generated, and from the 50% energy generation payment from the energy supplier.
They were also delighted to see just how quickly they had generated enough energy to power a lightbulb for 51 hours!
Pictured: 2 installations on the back of the building.
Brittany Ferries has the widest options for Cross Channel Ferries leaving from 3 UK Ports, including Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth.
Routes to France include Portsmouth to Caen, St. Malo, Cherbourg and Le Havre, Poole to Cherbourg and Plymouth to Roscoff and St. Malo. With routes to Spain and Portugal also available.