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Midlands Firm To Install Uks Largest Solar Power Project

A million pound contract to install probably the UK’s biggest solar power project to date has been won by a fledgling Midlands-based provider of renewable energy solutions.

Going Solar fought off fierce competition to clinch the deal to fit around 2,200 photovoltaic panels on to a series of warehouse roofs in Ipswich, Suffolk, which will span 1.1 acres.

The installation, set to start in February and due to be completed in early March, is designed to generate up to 500kW, enough power to supply more than 100 homes.

The company, from Neen Sollars, Worcestershire, and headed by directors Charles Houston and Andy Perkins, made the best impression during the competitive tender process organised by a London-based renewable energy developer.

“Although Going Solar are only a relatively new business, the developer was not only won over by our know-how and desire to deliver a successful project, but also by our impressive track record of customer satisfaction,” explained Charles Houston.


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