24 Feb '12, 1am

Would you buy a stake in your firm's solar panels?: By Jessica Shankleman Businesses daunted by the high upfront...

Businesses daunted by the high upfront cost of on-site green energy, such as solar panels and wind turbines, could soon take advantage of a new initiative that allows employees to buy stakes in workplace renewable energy schemes. Not-for-profit energy supplier Ebico recently completed its first project with Cornwall's Eden Project through its new subsidiary, Social Ventures in Energy (SVE). FURTHER READING David Cameron defends wind farm plans to Tory MPs DECC appeals to Supreme Court over solar feed-in tariff rulings SVE and the Eden Project created a new enterprise to install two medium-sized rooftop PV arrays and is now offering employees the opportunity to buy shares in the system. Staff have until 9 March to buy a minimum £200 stake in the project, providing them with long-term returns based on the incentives the installation earns through the government's feed-in tar...

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