Our mission to keep the U.K. solar-powered takes another exciting step forward as we open a new base.
This will be at the Active Business Centre in Bury St Edmunds, and it will help us monitor Solar PV systems in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk.
“It’s been a strange year with disruption caused by coronavirus and lockdown, but this hasn’t stopped us making important strides forward,” said Simon Hopkins of HIT Energy Services.
“We are now monitoring more and more panels across the U.K. and Ireland and this new base will help us ensure those in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk generate as much energy as possible.”
The move comes after we opened a new base at Lincoln University where we hope to innovate with some of its most creative minds to continue to improve our technology.
HIT Energy Services was also recently listed as a top ten tech company in the midlands.
“We want to work with people in all walks of life from farmers to agricultural firms, businesses, homeowners and universities, showing them the benefits of solar power,” Simon added.
“It is green, clean, renewable and free and our new base will enable us to help more people generate it and see the benefits.”