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ALDI – Solar PV project management

Energy & Technical Services was appointed to project manage Phases 9 – 13 of ALDI’s Solar PV roll-out, assisting ALDI with tendering, evaluation, engagement with contractors and project management across 200+ stores in the UK and Ireland.

Challenge

Feasibility studies were undertaken prior to works commencing on site which included calculating payback. Our Certified Measurement and Verification Professionals (CMVP) considered all impacting costs including future alterations to FiT tariffs to increase accuracy in prediction of payback and energy savings.

Added Value / Achievements

Including the earlier Phases of this project, during 2016 – 2017, ALDI generated more than 17,500 MWh of electricity from a total of 86,000+ solar panels.

Solar panel project management

More than 17,500 MWh of electricity generated from a total of 86,000+ solar panels in a year

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