Monday, 4 October 2010

Solar boom will present challenges for inundated businesses

Dot Green wrote a very interesting blog post, pointing out that the solar boom we're experiencing in the UK has the potential to catch a great many installers out as pressure is put on the supply chain.

Quite aside from the upfront costs for smaller companies landing large commercial projects, which they may have previous little experience in handling, and don't even get him started on utility companies selling solar installations like they were double glazing.

Whether you're a customer or an installation company, I'd say this article has some wise words. Read it here.

photo credit: danrandom

1 comment:

  1. Great topic here.
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