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PV support programme for the Charity Sector and Schools 2021/2022

In 2021/22 we will fund projects in the charity sector and in schools. This will help to reduce their environmental impact and meet our charitable objectives. In 2021/22 we will fund up to 12 projects to reduce the carbon footprint of the recipients and make a financial impact through generation/cost savings.

Once identified, we will provide funding for small scale energy generation, initially through solar pv installations. The receivers will either own or have a long-term lease (5+ years) on their building. Action Renewables will retain full ownership of the solar system and we will cover all installation and maintenance costs. Action Renewables will invoice the customer pro-rata for electricity generated from the solar panels at a reduced cost compared to grid electricity.

We have developed selection criteria noted below. If you wish to apply you will need to have a baseload demand greater than 12kW.

 

PV Installation Criteria

All projects supported must be in Northern Ireland.

Terry and Primary School

 

  • In 2021/22 there will be maximum of 12 projects.
  • Only open to the charity sector or schools who either own or have a long-term lease on their building. Long term being defined as 5+ years.
  • If the applicant is a charity it must be a registered charity in Northern Ireland.
  • Applicant must satisfy a feasibility study with a baseload demand greater than 12kW.
  • Agree to install a 12kW PV on target property – 3 phase commercial connection.
  • Applicant must sign a rental agreement with Action Renewables.
  • If your building is rented or leased, then the landlord must agree to the project. An agreement must also be signed with the landlord in the event of a change of end user or if the landlord sells the property.
  • Agreement to proceed and install is at the discretion of the Management and Board of Action Renewables.

Installations will be selected on a first come/first served basis.

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Our team will contact you within 48 hours, Monday-Friday.

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Action Renewables play a leading role in providing expert advice and support to the renewable sector in Northern Ireland. NIEL has engaged with Action Renewables for many years, working together as advocates for clean and sustainable energy.

Carol Forster, Operations Manager & Deputy CEO, Northern Ireland Environment Link

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