UPOWA renews solar PV and EV partnership with Bewley Homes 

UPOWA has announced the renewal of an exclusive supply agreement with premium housebuilder Bewley Homes, to deliver solar PV and EV charging requirements across its developments. 

UPOWA and Bewley Homes are pleased to renew their partnership for solar PV and EV charging solutions, demonstrating a commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency in housing developments

This supply agreement builds on the UPOWA roof-integrated solar and EV charger installations completed with Bewley Homes since 2021. Sustainable technologies have helped to future-proof the housebuilders’ properties while reducing customer energy bills and carbon emissions. 

With fifteen years of new build solar experience, an expert labour force, ISO-accredited quality and health and safety, plus large stock holdings, UPOWA is well positioned to help Bewley Homes overcome the challenges posed by Part L and Part S. And, as demand increases for solar panels and smart EV chargers across its developments, UPOWA will supply its best-in-class service to ensure compliance.  

Future-proofing Bewley Homes’ developments with solar panels 

Chris Adams, commercial director at Bewley Homes, said: “We are committed to optimising the sustainability and energy efficiency of our homes to help our customers lower their carbon footprint and energy bills. With UPOWA’s solar PV and EV charging expertise and end-to-end service on board, we can create high-quality, eco-friendly homes that are fit for the future.” 

James Bull, founder and sales director at UPOWA said: “We are proud to continue our partnership with Bewley Homes, a housebuilder who shares our commitment to quality, sustainability, and innovation. By choosing UPOWA, Bewley Homes has a single supplier they can trust for all their solar and EV charging needs. We look forward to guiding Bewley Homes through the new regulations so they can maximise sustainability across their schemes.” 

Under the revised Part L of the Building Regulations, all new properties built by Bewley Homes must produce 31% less carbon emissions. 

With solar panels being one of Bewley Homes’ solutions to meeting Part L, UPOWA will deliver a seamless process from design to handover. This will ensure hassle-free compliance with the increased energy efficiency targets. So, the housebuilder can then manage costs more efficiently when creating future-ready homes for its customers. 

Getting Bewley Homes’ residential developments ready for electric vehicles  

Under the new Part S of the Building Regulations, all newly built properties in England must have a 7kW smart EV charger fitted for every residence with a parking space. 

By partnering with UPOWA for all its residential EV charging requirements, Bewley Homes can meet the new legislation and streamline on-site productivity while future-proofing its developments with compliant, reliable, and easy-to-use EV charging technologies.