As one of the UK’s fastest growing supermarket chains with over 850 sites across the UK and Europe. With their continued expansion into the market, they needed to align their energy strategy with their business aims and corporate responsibilities. This includes generating more sustainable energy sources as well as on site generation and on-site use.
The client's new green energy procurement strategy supported their corporate responsibility plan and their ambition for a carbon neutral business.
Inenco supported the supermarket with their solar installation plan for retrofit in current and new stores.
In turn this provided them with access to renewable onsite use as well as generation with revenue re-invested back into their business.
This coupled with Inenco’s ongoing management and support with their ever-expanding locations, set the client up on the right path with their business’ sustainability.
380 of their stores have now been fitted with roof top solar panels, which are registered to the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme with annual revenue from this in 2016 being £960K, then rising to over £1m in 2017.
They also receive continued monthly meter reads and quarterly submissions for their FiT licence, as well as ongoing management from Inenco.
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