Source: Public Service Review, issue 21, page 130-131.
Realising the potential of solar power in social housing…
Solar power provides an opportunity for social housing associations and landlords to improve the long term energy prospects of tenants by alleviating fuel poverty and greatly reducing their carbon emissions. And, despite cuts to feed-in tariffs (FiTs), some of which have already taken effect, the benefits of subsidies for landlords and discounted electricity bills for tenants offered by renewable
energy will continue to transpire as inflation continues to rise and utility companies increase their
prices. However, there are other measures that photovoltaic (PV) installation owners and their
tenants can put in place to achieve the greatest benefits.
In the following, Mark Elliott, Director of energy monitoring specialist Energeno, explains how monitoring technology and smart meters hold the key to unleashing the full potential of PVs, and how Energeno’s range of equipment can help landlords and tenants alike combat fuel poverty.
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