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The Challenge

Linneys is a family owned manufacturing jeweller, specialising in Australian South Sea pearls and diamonds with seven separate meters powering their Subiaco workshop and showroom. The challenge was to assess whether to create an embedded network and benefit as much as possible from solar generation to cut energy costs and minimise environmental impact.

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The Approach

An Amanda Energy expert met with management on site to better understand the challenges and goals of the business. A comprehensive analysis of energy consumption and costs helped identify the best solution which was presented without pressure.

The Solution

Install two 10kW Solar PV systems on the largest meters to power the majority of their operations. The system design was revised several times to minimise any shading issues and maximise commercial solar production.

The Result

The two systems power the majority of operations in the workshop and showroom which has delivered greater savings than originally predicted. In comparison to coal, solar electricity generated from Linneys rooftop will;

  • Save 1,413,280 litres of WA water
  • Save 514 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere

This is the equivalent to planting 4111 trees or removing 118 cars from WA roads.

“Amanda Energy successfully delivered our solar project with a professional approach to assessing the requirements and then problem solved with us to get the best result. I would recommend them to other businesses looking to assess their options. We are proud to be Green Certified by Amanda Energy.”

Troy Linney