At Enso Energy we are making the idea of a country run on renewable energy a reality.
How we can help
We’re committed to developing renewable energy because we believe it’s the best way to address the cause of climate change. We’re helping the UK move closer to the day when it generates all its electricity from renewable energy.
Destructive, expensive, finite. Time is running out for fossil fuels. Renewable energy is our second chance. By making the most of our alternative natural resources we can:
- Lead the world to a sustainable future
- Secure our energy needs forever
- Reduce our reliance on imported fuel
- Bring down the cost of energy
- Cut deaths caused by burning fossil fuels
Our team makes the difference
We care about our climate. We care about the communities we live in. We have the experience and knowledge to make a difference. Our tight-knit team includes surveyors, engineers and planners. Working together, we’re making the idea of a country run on renewable energy a reality.
Cero, our joint-venture partner, is a development-focused solar energy company working across Europe to deliver a net-zero future.
Here are five more reasons why we’re committed to developing solar:
1. Solar is a truly renewable (and free) source of energy
We can’t run out of it. At least until the sun runs out in around five billion years.
2. Solar farms are great for biodiversity
As solar farms are in place for 30-40 years and need little human involvement, they’re perfect places for long-term conservation initiatives. Think hedgerows and wildflower meadows and all the creatures that call them home.
3. Farmers can keep farming
Agriculture and solar farms can exist side by side, which is why you’ll often see sheep grazing amongst solar panels. Farmers can harvest sunlight as well as more traditional crops.
4. Solar farms are low maintenance
They quietly get on with the job of generating electricity year in, year out. And they clean themselves using rainfall. Less maintenance means lower costs and, ultimately, lower energy bills.
5. Solar farms support the rural economy
Farmers don’t have it easy. Those who lease their land for solar energy developments are more likely to be able to keep supporting the rural economy in the many ways they do already. Solar farms support the agricultural economy, they don’t replace it.
Get in touch with us
If you have an idea or a land for a sustainable community based scheme or project, then please do let us know by getting in contact with us via the contact form.