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William’s Den

Existing on-site use: 74,000 kWh

Renewable Generation: 45,650 kWh

Reduction in grid-supplied electricity: 60%

Tonnes of CO2 saved: 9600kg

Equipment Supplied: x126 405W panels, all black solar panels = 51kW panels. x2 20kW Solis Inverters


William’s Den is a popular outdoor/indoor adventure play park for children in the East Riding of Yorkshire, welcoming thousands of visitors annually.


Client Comments

“William’s Den is a unique, family-friendly adventure play visitor attraction that has been designed from the ground up to offer responsible and sustainable play that helps families connect with nature. From the appointment of specialist architects through to the repurposing of farm buildings for our restaurant, to our use of biomass boilers for heating, recycled rainwater for loos, hemp blocks in the walls, wood fibre insulation, wood wool boards, every part of Williams’s Den has been built to create a place that re-uses, recycles and fills us up instead of taking away.

The natural progression was to install solar panels to reduce our energy costs yet further. We therefore engaged the services and expertise of Boston Renewables who helped us every step of the way – from concept, through planning and design, to install and commissioning. We now have a solar array that has reduced our electricity bill by 60% meaning more of our operation will be powered by this sustainable form of energy for years to come.

The team from Boston Renewables were professional and efficient, taking the strain and stress away from us as owners. We are delighted with the outcome and would recommend Boston when considering a solar installation.”

Christian Carver Director, William’s Den