Belfast Telegraph

In Pictures: Amber Green celebrates customer power surge

Customers of solar energy provider Amber Green Solar have installed over 1.5 megawatts of renewable power in the last 12 months.

The company, which has bases in Moy and Belfast, exceeded its target of sold orders. Customers are set to generate 1,205,039 kWh of green energy per annum and will save the environment around 763 tons in harmful Co2 emissions.

Over the next year this group of Amber Green customers will share approximately £212,393 of guaranteed income through the Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) scheme. They will also share £32,569 of additional income by exporting the excess energy they produce back to the electrical grid.

To celebrate their contribution to green energy production in Northern Ireland, Amber Green hosted an exclusive garden party at Gosford Castle on Sunday as a thank you to their staff and customers for their support over the last year.

Technical Director of Amber Green Solar, Noel Gallagher, said: "The Mega Megawatt Garden Party was to show customers and the Amber Green teams that the work they are doing in Northern Ireland is making a significant contribution to greening the economy."


From Belfast Telegraph