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Oxford Bus Company

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Norbar Tools

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Aldi Supermarket Botley Road, Oxford

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Prodrive to the moon and back

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Marks and Spencer – Community Energy Scheme

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Pepsi turns Copella Green

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On the grounds of Chilworth Manor

In the UK, businesses and industry account for 1/3 of all energy use, which means that they have a moral obligation, and, in many cases, a legal obligation too, to try and reduce their carbon footprints and contribute to the UK’s emissions target decrease. More businesses are taking the opportunity to review their energy use and output and taking steps to reduce their emissions, as the benefits of taking environmental responsibility are multi-faceted. Not only are businesses able to play their part in the reduction of emissions, but they are also benefiting from generating new business and fostering better relationships with their supply chains and customers, by being greener.

At Joju Solar, we’ve been working with commercial clients for some time to help them take advantage of clean, green energy for their business. With a huge range of commercial installations across the UK, from supermarkets to soft drinks companies, our solar PV systems have been transforming the way that businesses think about, and use, energy. Commercial buildings are often large, which can make them ideal for situating solar panels, and with the rise in electric vehicles (EV), many employers are also taking steps to provide on-site EV charging points for staff and visitors in their car parks.

Take a look at our commercial renewable energy case studies and see how we’re helping businesses across the UK to turn their buildings and grounds into an energy source to help power their enterprises now, and into the future.