6 Nov 2023
Anelec and NFU Energy Join Forces to Boost Renewable Energy Solutions
We're thrilled to announce our partnership with NFU Energy at Anelec. This exciting collaboration offers us an incredible opportunity to have an even greater impact in a sector we're deeply passionate about.
Through this partnership, NFU Energy and Anelec aim to bring affordable and sustainable renewable energy solutions to our customers. By harnessing the power of solar energy and implementing cutting-edge battery storage technology, we can help customers reduce their carbon footprint, lower energy costs, and enhance energy independence.
Our Managing Director, Andrew Porritt, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership, saying, "Coming from a farming family on both sides, working with NFU Energy is an incredibly exciting opportunity for Anelec. It enables us to make an even bigger difference in the sector we care passionately about – the rural economy. We are committed to reducing the impact of volatile energy costs and decreasing reliance on expensive energy imports from the national grid.
“This can be achieved by empowering farmers to utilise their large shed roofs and open fields to install medium to large-scale solar generation systems. Anelec possesses the expertise to design and implement not only solar solutions but also integrated systems, such as Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), for load shifting. By storing energy generated from solar or taking advantage of off-peak energy tariffs, we can help farmers store energy at lower costs for use during periods of higher demand or elevated prices.
“We take pride in our track record of installing various solar and BESS systems, including two battery systems of 100kw and 300kw for dairy farms in North Yorkshire. At Anelec, we are dedicated to understanding the unique needs of our clients in agriculture, offering the right advice, and delivering on our promise of delivering high-quality solutions."
In this partnership we are both dedicated to customer focus, expertise and a passion for reaching netzero by 2040.