The Phoenix Works, renewable energy specialists, are pleased to announce their move to larger premises within Springfield Commercial Centre, Farsley. The expansion to Unit 59-62 has seen an increase in both warehouse and office space. The Phoenix Works have grown significantly since their initial move to the Springfield complex, taking on many new revenue streams. They offer; domestic and commercial solar PV system design and installation, biomass heating solutions, specialist electrical services and provide electric vehicle charging stations for domestic, commercial and public sectors.
One recent, high profile, project is an installation of sixteen black solar panels with an innovative micro inverter monitoring system at St Matthew’s Church in Bankfoot, Bradford. The project was completed recently after six months of planning and project design, which ensured the finish of the installation was sympathetic to the historic building’s Grade II status. Account Manager at The Phoenix Works, Nicola Newby, said “This is the second church project I have worked on in West Yorkshire. The combination of environmental and financial savings will really benefit the church, reducing both their Carbon Footprint and electricity bills significantly.”