The partnership will provide Good Energy’s domestic customers with the opportunity to generate and store their own renewable electricity at home and save money by integrating green technology with a trusted installer.
Caplor Energy, a family-run company that has been in business for almost 100 years. Registered with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) and with an ‘Excellent’ rating on Trustpilot, Caplor Energy offers the latest green technology to combat the climate crisis.
Neil Evans, managing director of Caplor Energy commneted: “We are thrilled and excited to be working in partnership with Good Energy. Their values and culture blend well with ours and look forward to being able to help Good Energy’s domestic customers deliver a brighter future through renewable energy”
Good Energy, a generator and supplier of 100% renewable power and an innovator in energy services, currently owns two wind farms, six solar farms and sources electricity from a community of 1,600 independent UK generators. The company already has one of the largest bases of Feed-in Tariff customers generating their own clean power, and its recent Renewable Nation report found 13.5 million homes will need solar to reach the UK’s net zero goals. This is in addition to a significant increase in domestic storage of 23 – 55 GWh, equivalent to 1.5 – 4 million typical home battery installations.
Randall Bowen, chief commercial officer, Good Energy said: “More and more people are looking to decarbonise their homes and save money while they do so. With the big drop in prices for solar panels in the last six years and the benefits of new flexible tariffs to take advantage of storage, now is an excellent time to choose solar and battery.
“Through this partnership customers have two trusted green technology companies with a long legacy of expertise in this area to help them start saving on carbon and on costs.”
Offering solar and storage installation through a trusted partner is a crucial step in Good Energy’s strategy to help customers decarbonise their homes.