‘Solarsense’ win ‘UK Installation Company of the Year” at the National Solar Power Portal Awards

Solarsense have been awarded ‘UK Installation Company of the Year’ at the 2015 National Solar Power Portal Awards.  Focusing on all areas of the solar industry, the purpose of the awards is to recognise and celebrate professionalism, quality, safety and innovation, with the aim of being a marker of the brightest and best that UK solar has to offer.

The prestigious awards were judged by a panel of industry experts who followed a rigorous assessment process and considered a range of key criteria in order to narrow down the hundreds of national nominations to five finalists, before naming Solarsense as the overall winner.

The judges considered company credentials, a range of recent and impressive Solar PV installations, general customer feedback and overall business performance.  Solarsense impressed the panel with their cutting-edge projects and first class delivery and support. The company was also acknowledged for going above and beyond in terms of their business approach and educating the wider audience around sustainability and renewable energy.


Keynsham Council Building & Town Hall

keynsham councilThe Keynsham Council Building & Town Hall installation for Bath and North East Somerset Council is one of the largest Local Authority owned single-site PV installations in the UK. The system will power the new Town Hall and Council Building, saving more than £27,500 in energy bills in the first year as well as generating over £25,000 from the Feed-in Tariff.

“Not only will this benefit the environment, it will also save the Council and local taxpayer’s money which can be used to support essential frontline services. Councillor David Bellotti  (LibDem, Lyncombe), the Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Resources.



renishawThe installation for Renishaw consists of two parts, the 241.25kWp roof array and the additional 49.89kWp brise soleil installation creating a total system capable of producing an annual output of 202,154kWh and reducing CO2 emissions by 136 tonnes per year.  The additional brise soleil not only allowed Renishaw to increase their overall annual output but also helps to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and prove that solar can create great results aesthetically as well as financially and environmentally.