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A successful night for Mypower at the Energy Efficiency awards

Last night (7th June 2017) at the Energy Efficiency awards dinner Mypower were runners up and highly commended in 2 very competitive categories ; Small Scale Project of the Year and Solar PV Installer of the Year.

The awards were for the South West region and celebrated companies who have made a significant contribution to making homes and commercial properties more efficient in their energy use.

Mypower were recognised by the judges for our unique solar PV installing at Gloucester Cathedral where we installed 150 solar panels to the roof of the Nave. The system generates 29,000kW of energy for the cathedral every year, enough to power seven semi-detached houses or make 250,000 cups of tea, and reduces the cathedral’s energy costs by 25 per cent.

Next week Mypower are attending the British Renewable Energy Award where we have been shortlisted for Project of the Year. We’ll keep you posted...

Mypower have already won the Corporate Livewire award for Excellence in Commercial Solar Energy Solutions.

Mypower specialise in solar PV installations on agricultural buildings and commercial properties. For more information on how your business can significantly reduce its energy costs please get in touch.

Mypower energy efficiency awards night

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