As part of a trial to deliver some of the most energy efficient homes in the world, St Modwen Homes tasked us with installing renewable energy technologies at their new housing development, Heathy Wood in Copthorne. The three-bedroom homes are designed to produce more energy than they consume and could reduce a family’s total energy bills by 52% when compared with a standard new build house and around 79% compared with the average UK home. The housing developer wanted us to install renewable energy solutions to help create low-carbon homes, while keeping the aesthetic of the homes smart.
We were tasked by our partners, Clarkson Evans, to work on behalf of St Modwen Homes to install aesthetically pleasing solar PV to 36 houses and two apartments at Locking Parklands in Somerset. The housing developer wanted us to help them meet sustainability targets while maintaining the look of the modern, contemporary homes.
We were asked to provide the Solar PV for 102 plots near Glasgow. Our installations allowed us to help meet national sustainability targets, alongside helping Barratt’s customers save money and reduce their carbon footprint.
The contemporary and modern design of these properties is important to maintain. To fit this need we utilised In-roof, all black panels, which create an aesthetically pleasing installation for both clients and end consumers.
Perched on a hilltop overlooking the rolling green fields of Totteridge Valley, Ridgeway Views offers a choice of spacious two and three-bedroom apartments and five-bedroom detached family homes.
However, the stunning village location caused some difficulties with deliveries due to a strict transport policy in the area. The access route was limited so we had to get around this problem quickly, incurring minor delays.
Our team were approached by Camstead Homes to install solar PV panels at their Green Lane Mills site, a 150-year-old mill transformed into modern apartments. Due to roof hatches, AOVs, roof drainage and SVPs on the roof, it was difficult to fit all the required panels on the roof.
Eco2Solar worked with Countryside on a project in Hounslow to install 244 solar PV panels at new housing development, The Assembly.
The site encompasses a stunning landscaped garden square with 112 new homes across five buildings. Our task was to install solar PV across all buildings on different roof types, while keeping consistent with the aesthetics of the development.
Having successfully installed over 2,000 plots for Barratt Homes over the past 5 years, Eco2Solar Ltd won the Group Preferred Supplier agreement contract in 2016.
As a result of successful delivery on site, zero health and safety instances and over 8,000 PV panels installed around the country, Eco2Solar Ltd were awarded the contract to install PV systems to over 290 houses for Barratt/David Wilson Homes in Maple Park, Essex.
Dynamic M&E and Esh Construction tasked us to install 271 in roof solar PV panels to town houses and apartments at The Ironworks development in Leeds. The townhouses had multiple saw tooth roof pitches, which made it difficult for the panel layouts and cable runs.
The consultants were faced with the challenge of achieving a high efficiency output system for the new building, with a large PV array needed but with the ability to store and stock cars on the flat roof.