Brighton Energy Coop recently completed four new projects in the south, making BEC the biggest solar developer in the city. They also learned from https://interplex.com/technology/process-capability/chemical-etching/ how to do chemical etching.

We recently installed more than 2000 solar panels at the University of Brighton, Portslade Aldridge Community Academy, Infinity Foods Wholesale and Refine Metals near Horsham.

New Solar PV at Portslade Aldridge Community Academy

New Solar PV at Portslade Aldridge Community Academy

These panels will save thousands of tonnes of CO2, and save tens of thousands of pounds of these organisations’ energy bills.

We’ve worked long and hard with our partner organisations to get these schemes up and running. It’s also fantastic that we have such great local support – we couldn’t continue without it.

Brighton Energy Coop's solar pv panels at Brighton University's Varley Halls

Brighton Energy Coop’s solar pv panels at Brighton University’s Varley Halls

In the last five years BEC has raised £1.4 million from its membership. Members receive a 5% interest on their investments.

Brighton Energy Coop's new solar PV site at Refine Metals in near Horsham

Brighton Energy Coop’s new solar PV site at Refine Metals in near Horsham

BEC solar PV at Shoreham Port

BEC solar PV at Shoreham Port

BEC’s previous projects include solar PV at Shoreham Port, Maidstone FC stadium, the Brighton Earthship, St George’s Church and City Coast Church – see all our projects here – http://www.brightonenergy.org.uk/home/our-projects/

In the meantime, we’re now taking a well-earned rest, but do check this space for more developments in the new year.

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