Hammersmith & Fulham Council has launched a new scheme to help residents buy high quality solar panels at reduced prices.
So, if you’re interested in lowering your energy bills and doing your bit for the planet, please help us tackle the climate emergency with our new Solar Together scheme.
“We want it to be easy for our residents to install new solar panels on their homes and help tackle the climate emergency,” said Cllr Wesley Harcourt, H&F Cabinet Member for Environment. “Bringing people together will allow us to get the best deal and continue to cut carbon emissions together.”
H&F set for net zero carbon emissions
In June 2019, H&F Council declared a climate and ecological emergency. Our goal is to reach net zero carbon emissions in the borough by 2030.
Solar Together H&F will allow residents to generate their own renewable energy and cut carbon emissions. And by taking part, you'll be helping us secure a safe climate for future generations.
Here comes the sun
We want the transition to net zero to be as cost-effective and hassle-free for residents as possible. By buying solar panels as part of a group, you are likely to receive a lower cost installation for each household. This means the more people that participate, the lower prices we can secure for H&F residents.
We know that solar panel installation can be daunting, and many people don’t know where to start. That’s why all the Solar Together suppliers have been approved as independent experts, which will ensure you receive a high-quality installation with extended guarantees.
Having your own solar panels and battery storage will reduce your reliance on the national energy grid. By investing in solar panels (or battery storage) you will be leading the way to a greener borough for now and the future.
Interested in taking part?
Solar Together H&F is open to homeowners, or residents with permission from their freeholder or landlord.
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