Hull & East Yorkshire Credit Union has partnered with Co-op Energy to save energy and reduce bills.
09 Feb 18
Each solar twin peak panel has the capacity to produce up to 265w, meaning the new installation could create nearly 5,000kWh a year, the equivalent of saving up to £800 per year.
The scheme is part of Co-operative Energy Saving initiative by Co-op Energy (part of The Midcounties Co-operative), which aims to help protect the environment and combat climate change by helping individuals, community groups and small businesses to reduce their energy consumption and their bills for heating and lighting.
Martin Cook, affiliates manager at Co-op Energy hopes this energy saving efficiency will create a larger awareness to protect the environment in communities across the nation, Martin says: “One of our main goals as a co-operative is to help create a more environmentally-friendly and sustainable world, and working closely with like-minded individuals, communities and organisations is an essential part of this.
“Our project with HEYCU, as well as the many more we support across the UK, shows what can be achieved when we work collaboratively to help shape the future of energy generation.”
John Smith, CEO of HEYCU, said: “The energy savings scheme is a fantastic initiative and made us realise that, even as a relatively small organisation, we can play an important part in tackling climate change. It is an issue that our member-owners are very passionate about.”
To read more about the partnership between HEYCU and Co-op Energy, click here.