Myriad Solar PV has reported a 24 percent increase in sales despite degressions to the Feed-in Tariff.
According to sales director Lee Baxter, who has led efforts to grow the company, revenue is up by 31 per cent and lead generation up by 27 per cent for 2013-14.
Baxter says this proves that although the Feed-in Tariff is due to decrease again on April 01, there is still a great demand for renewable solar power, if you provide the right product and quality of service.
“Our strategy has been to position Myriad as the “go to” company for solar,” he said.
“I feel we have done that, delivering to major blue chip clients whilst setting challenging internal KPIs which have seen complaints and site issues reduced to a record low and repeat and new business increased to a record high.”
He added: “It is fantastic to see that, especially in the construction industry, there is still a compelling argument and need for the use of clean, renewable energy and the reductions to the FiTs have had very little impact, if any.”