Eaga has announced plans to install solar panels in thousands of British homes, which could create new jobs in construction.

The energy efficiency specialist has managed to secure £300 million of funding in order to install photovoltaic systems in more than 30,000 homes across the country, as well as to provide them with aftercare maintenance services.

It is likely that Eaga, which has already undertaken construction work on solar power systems for around 1,000 homes, will install photovoltaic panels in social homes for free, before recouping payments through the government’s feed-in-tariffs incentives scheme.
Chief executive Drew Johnson commented: “We are now uniquely positioned with both the financial resources and the operational capability to capitalise on this significant market opportunity.”

source: news.careerstructure

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