Carbon Zero Appear on Channel 4 Television
The Carbon Zero team were delighted to be asked by Channel 4 to appear in “Dave’s Guide to Spending Money.” As part of the programme Dave decides to build a power station in a back garden! Carbon Zero were drafted in to install 7 x Panasonic solar panels with the latest technology from SolarEdge.  In […]Read More
Solar is a must for any business thinking long term!
With energy prices steadily rising and the demands on business ever increasing, they need to look at ways of reducing operating costs. But they need to look at ways of reducing these costs long term. Imagine making extra profit year on year, by tackling one of your biggest burdens………your energy bills.  The Carbon Trust are […]Read More
Post Storm Solar Panel Checks
We are advising all owners of solar panels to ensure systems are being checked. Continuous winds bartering your panels can loose over time, mid and end clamps holding you panels to the rails on the roof.  In the terms of the panel warranties that last upwards of 25 years. They stipulate they need to be […]Read More
Why solar is still the way to go Why Solar is still a sound investment. FIT Misconception It’s a common misconception that the FIT subsidies for solar have been and gone. We hear this a lot and it’s not true. Five years ago, FIT income comprised around 60-70% of the financial benefits of investing in […]Read More
Artistic Solar Scheme hailed as “One of the World’s Best”
A SOLAR installation has been hailed as one of the world’s best – along with projects at an international airport in India and in the Sahara Desert. The 175-panel array was installed by St Asaph-based Carbon Zero Renewables at the National Trust’s Bodnant Garden. Panels were arranged to fit the contours of a rocky outcrop […]Read More
UK’s 1st Solar Powered Aquarium is completed
UK’s first solar-powered aquarium supplies warmth to revive rare turtle A green energy company has helped turn Anglesey Sea Zoo into the UK’s first solar powered aquarium – and the sun’s rays are now helping to revive a rare sea turtle. The boost from the banks of solar panels fitted by St Asaph-based Carbon Zero […]Read More