SOLAR PV FOR FARMS
We offer cost-effective, bespoke solutions,
for all manner of farms, whatever the challenge.
Being part of Mole Valley Farmers, we understand the complexities of each farm’s infrastructure; including onsite electrics, diversity of buildings, roof finishes and District Network Operator Approval requirements.
Our specialist knowledge and expertise built-up over many years, means we’re able to offer cost-effective, bespoke solutions, for farms, whatever the challenge. And just like other farms we have helped, yours will be able to generate free electricity, reduce energy bills and get tax relief on the capital cost.
Typical 50kW installation
£50,000 average cost installed
£11,096 savings in year 1
£310,297 value @ 25 years (incl. paying initial cost)
Based on south facing Agri building installation, with a13 degree roof pitch. Based on 30p per unit electricity cost and onsite usage of 70%. Excludes VAT and scaffolding.
Three easy steps to solar savings:
1. Contact us and speak to one of our specialist surveyors, who will discuss your unique requirements.
2. If solar is viable for you, we’ll provide a bespoke quote (subject to survey) and then if you’re happy, we’ll visit your farm to carry out a survey.
3. If you decide to proceed, our team will handle all your installation paperwork, including Building Control and District Network Operator requirements; and arrange a date for our specialist engineers to install your new system.
We’ll provide you with a full handover, so you’ll know how your new panels work.
We also offer an annual servicing package, to help ensure your panels are running at their optimum levels well into the future.
Productivity, Profitability and Sustainability
Lobbs Farm Shop
“We own a robotic dairy farm with 180 cows. We first installed a 10kW system with Mole Energy six years ago, then last year made the decision to install a further 40kW system. Our three robots run 24/7 but we had an unbelievably hot summer with our panels generating electricity throughout the day.
This saved us £600 per month* on our energy bills; in June, July and August. It’s been brilliant and even over the winter it was producing electricity for us. We’re really happy with it.” Mr R – Dairy Farmer
*In the same time period, the system generated 15400kWs and saved 3.6 tonnes in CO2 emissions .