Examples of smaller, commercial PV systems:
- Royal Russell School (43 kWp; Performing Arts Centre) – Croydon, London
- K&V Chinese Grocery Limited (83 kWp; trading as Wing Lee) – Stoke-on-Trent
- Red Lion Farm (42 kWp) – Haughton, Staffordshire
- Park Lane Fencing Limited (50 kWp) – Birmingham
- Leicester Lions Rugby Football Club Limited (50 kWp) – Leicester
- Nottingham Wildcats Community Basketball & Sports Trust Limited (134 kWp; operating as Nottingham Wildcats Arena) – Nottingham
- St Paul’s Medical Practice (28 kWp; GPs’ Surgery, NHS) – Winchester, Hampshire
- Castle Primary School (50 kWp) – Tiverton, Devon
Social Enterprises and Charities:
- Hove Edge Bowling & Working Men’s Club (23 kWp) – Brighouse, West Yorkshire
- Emmaus Hampshire (51 kWp; part of an international charity which provides accommodation, work and skills-training opportunities for homeless people) – Winchester.
These PV systems are financed, owned and operated by solar PV investment companies and the green electricity generated is being supplied to the building occupiers under long term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). All the PPAs enable the building occupiers to achieve significant reductions in their electricity bills and carbon footprints without having to make any investment in the PV systems which are generating these benefits.