Leading UK installation company launches new solar and LED finance scheme

Press Release   •   Oct 11, 2012 10:37 BST

The company, which started out over 50 years ago in the aerial and satellite installation industry, advised that they had clients who were keen to start solar and LED projects but were unable to finance them due to the tough economic environment.

Varied financed lease options are available ranging between 10-20 years. All options are tailored to a client’s individual needs. The scheme has also been designed to ensure that clients’ monthly payments are less than the capital borrowed and payments are seasonalised.

Gerry Kennedy, Managing Director at Campbell & Kennedy said, “Given the huge financial rewards organisations can reap through solar PV and LED installations - thanks to reduced electricity costs and income generation from the Feed-in Tariff scheme - we’re delighted to be helping more organisations benefit.”

Campbell & Kennedy is rapidly expanding and now provides electrical contracting, fire protection, low carbon installations as well as TV and aerial installation services. The company, headquartered in Glasgow, works with some of the largest building owners, local authorities, housing associations and main contractors in the UK and has recently completed several large-scale solar installations including the installation of solar panels to 500 homes on behalf of Glasgow Housing Association. The company managed everything from finance through to design, installation and maintenance. 

Established for 50 years, Campbell and Kennedy (C&K) provide energy, fire, electrical contracting, installation and technical services to organisations throughout the UK. CCTV, Door Entry, Electrical Contracting, Fire Protection, Integrated Reception System, IPTV, LED, Solar and Satellite Installation are all areas in which C&K are leading service providers. Clients include Morris and Spottiswood, Keepmoat, Trueventus, Cosmur, Fujistu, Sky Homes and more.

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