In June 2017, Revolution Energy completed a 28.42kWp installation at LFB Leyton for Imtech Inviron as part of a secured RE:FIT Framework agreement. This is the first follow on from the five initial sites completed in 2016/early 2017.
The Scheme will generate an estimated 25,200kWh of energy per annum of which 100% will be consumed on site.
Western International Market (WIM), managed by London Hounslow Council, is West London’s largest wholesale market for fresh produce and flowers and provides refrigerated warehouse storage. Equipped with two produce halls, as well as a large flower hall, the facility services approximately 80 wholesalers and buyers from across London. Most sellers use cold rooms and refrigeration units, driving the site’s electricity consumption to 3.5MWh per annum. In September 2015, site owners Hounslow Council started a project to cut their electricity bills and rely more on a renewable energy supply.
Western International Market has 1.729MWp of solar PV split across 3 x MPAN meters. Revolution Energy monitor and maintain the AMR meters on site allowing the Council to collect the FIT payments for this project quickly and efficiently. The meter readings are collated and sent via a dedicated 4G Network to the SMS Metering Portal.
An MT375 meter located in the main plant room allows for the 249.7kWp solar PV system at Phoenix Healthcare Birmingham to monitored remotely and simple and efficient collection and billing for the Feed-in-Tariff scheme. This site benefits from an excellent ROI of just over 5 years and the AMR meter and monitoring allows for the returns to be accurately monitored and collected.
Gunnersbury is jointly owned and run by Hounslow and Ealing council. In 2014 the councils were awarded two grants by the Heritage Lottery Fund to overhaul the museum and make major improvements to the park.
The replacement and or fitting of both meters and remote data loggers is in its second phase and will allow the site to be accurately metered and for tenants on this site to be billed accurately.
All information can be remotely viewed and downloaded from the Councils online metering portal