Solar for new homes

Viridian Solar has finalised an exclusive supply agreement with leading housing developer, Bloor Homes.

The agreement, which runs until the end of 2020, will see Bloor Homes using Clearline Fusion roof integrated solar PV modules on all homes where solar is required.

Stuart Elmes, CEO of Viridian Solar said: “As solar becomes more widely used in new homes, developers are taking control of the of the solar that is installed on the homes they build, and we’re thrilled that Bloor Homes has recognised the durability and quality of our great looking roof integrated solar.”

Chris Burton, Group Commercial Director at Bloor Homes said: “Bloor aims for the highest quality of finish and aesthetics in our homes. Many of the homes we build have a requirement for renewable energy, and we feel that with the growing popularity of electric vehicles and affordability of battery storage, good looking roof-integrated solar is an excellent option for our customers.”

Established in 1968, Bloor Homes has grown to become the largest privately held housing developers in the UK, completing 3,300 new homes a year. The group currently has around 60 developments in progress across England, from Lancashire to Devon and the South East.

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