Bacchus Hotel, located in Sutton on Sea, Greater Lincolnshire, has just invested in solar PV, LED lighting and heat pumps, to reduce their carbon emissions and set a green example for businesses in the local area.
The hotel was supported by the Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire programme to help them implement these energy saving measures and was awarded £47,320.26 of grant funding to help them achieve this.
David Smith, Owner of Bacchus Hotel said:
“It’s important that businesses start to look at how they can reduce their impact on the environment and what I call ‘future proof’ their business. The process with Smart Energy was really simple and smooth. I highly recommend businesses to get involved while the support is still there”
“It is important for us to reduce our carbon emissions, but I have also seen by implementing these measures, it has had a positive impact on reducing our electricity bills too, so it’s a win, win, situation”
To help support them on their sustainable journey the programme partners, IFAS who are leading experts in energy and resource efficiency, conducted a free intensive audit of the site and had in-depth discussions with David to help support his journey. This enabled the hotel to get expert advice on the best energy saving measures for them.
The Bacchus Hotel is one of the many businesses who are benefiting from the Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire programme. If you are looking to save money on your energy bills, get in touch today to see if your business is eligible.
Solar panels on roof
Solar panels on cabins.
Heat pump room