Generating your own electricity supply minimises the need to purchase power from your energy supplier and future proofs your farm against rising energy prices. If you have a high electricity demand during the day, particularly during summer months you can make substantial energy cost savings. Hence why solar is an ideal fit if you require power for cold storage of harvested produce, as you can align high power generation with high demand.
Committed to excellence, Forster Energy leads the way in solar best practice, delivering a comprehensive in-house service, from planning, product specification and design, to installation and after care.
We will work hard to add value by considering your current and future energy needs before tailoring the most cost effective solar, and where applicable solar storage, plan to deliver the strongest financial benefit.
With rising energy costs, the continuing fall in the cost of solar and storage options – there is no better time than the present to invest in solar for your farm.
Angus arable and potato farmers Ralph and Gary Smith of Bolshan Farm, Friockheim installed a 192 panel, 49.92kWp array on the south facing roof of one of his storage sheds. The system is providing power […]
Fife based farmer owned co-operative East of Scotland Growers installed a 120 panel solar array on the south facing roof of their cold storage unit in Cupar. The 30kWp array provides power for temperature controlled […]
Farmers have long been known for it, but Angus based farmer Graeme Jarron of Hatton of Ogilvy has taken diversification to a new level, by producing his own vodka label, Ogilvy Spirits, from his potato […]