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Huddersfield, England — Over the last few years many different companies have sprung up around the UK, all offering the same thing: solar panels.
Apollo Energy Technologies (formally Apollo Solar) are part of this industry, but also realise that carbon reduction is more than just installing solar panels. With this in mind, they evolved their business to offer customers independent advice on a range of alternative power technologies.
“We’re proud of our solar past,” states David Shaw, Operations Director “but when you look into our past, don’t just look at solar panels, look at the combined 50 years’ experience we have in electrical and mechanical engineering and renewable energies. Then you’ll realise how passionate we are.”
Indeed, Apollo Energy Technologies are a hub of products and information, not just installing renewable technologies but also offering a free energy audit to businesses in order to establish where they can reduce usage, save money and/ or make money.
“We don’t want to be the sort of company that say ‘you need this product’ we want to be the sort of company businesses can trust to give unbiased advice about the best way to save energy. We’re not tied to any one supplier or technology so our advice is independent.”
One business which understands the benefit of Apollo Energy Technologies’ expertise are a well known lace manufacturer in Somerset, who recently engaged in a GBP600k solar and biomass package. This investment saw them not only reduce their carbon emissions but also their dependence on oil and energy companies, future proofing their business.
As well as this, Apollo Energy Technologies offers favourable business finance options, which together with government incentives guarantees you get at least a cash neutral, if not a cost positive investment.
“There really has never been a better time to invest in green energy technologies.”
Although domestic renewable power has suffered from reduced pricing options from the government, large commercial funding has not been affected and there is no better time for businesses to invest in renewable energies.