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Sewell’s Farm Case Study

Barcombe Business Units at Sewell’s Farm in Lewes, East Sussex has recently undertaken a considerable renewable energy initiative incorporating 600 solar PV panels. Taking PDP Solar a month to install at the beginning of 2016, the 150kWp system generate 165,000 KwH  (units) of renewable energy per year.

The landlord of Barcombe Business Units, Matthew Dean Lundin, is planning to supply and sell renewable energy to the businesses at his units at a beneficial rate. The panels are installed in a field behind one of the units, and the configuration of the panels in the field allows smaller livestock to shelter underneath them.

One of these businesses is the digital print company Elephant Print & Design. Elephant have 2 digital presses and 2 large format machines along with associated finishing equipment. The company operates out of 2 units and is looking to expand further this year. Elephant are committed to low waste and renewable energy, with all waste and consumable containers being taken for recycling.

Managing Director of Elephant Print and Display, Jason Gadd, stated, “We (Elephant) are really pleased that consent for this project was granted and it’s very exciting to think that our presses are now powered by solar energy. It will not only reduce our reliance on the grid but will also make a huge difference to our energy bills.”

The solar panels have not only provided additional income for Barcombe Business Units and cost-savings for Elephant Print and Design, but also substantial environmental benefits equivalent to saving 64,350kg CO2 emissions per year, planting 215 trees a year and powering 500,000 light bulbs for a day.

Barcombe Business Units at Sewell’s Farm in Lewes, East Sussex has recently undertaken a considerable renewable energy initiative incorporating 600 solar PV panels. Taking PDP Solar a month to install at the beginning of 2016, the 150kWp system generate 165,000 KwH  (units) of renewable energy per year.

The landlord of Barcombe Business Units, Matthew Dean Lundin, is planning to supply and sell renewable energy to the businesses at his units at a beneficial rate. The panels are installed in a field behind one of the units, and the configuration of the panels in the field allows smaller livestock to shelter underneath them.

One of these businesses is the digital print company Elephant Print & Design. Elephant have 2 digital presses and 2 large format machines along with associated finishing equipment. The company operates out of 2 units and is looking to expand further this year. Elephant are committed to low waste and renewable energy, with all waste and consumable containers being taken for recycling.

Managing Director of Elephant Print and Display, Jason Gadd, stated, “We (Elephant) are really pleased that consent for this project was granted and it’s very exciting to think that our presses are now powered by solar energy. It will not only reduce our reliance on the grid but will also make a huge difference to our energy bills.”

The solar panels have not only provided additional income for Barcombe Business Units and cost-savings for Elephant Print and Design, but also substantial environmental benefits equivalent to saving 64,350kg CO2 emissions per year, planting 215 trees a year and powering 500,000 light bulbs for a day. 

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