You will have no problems getting value from your solar panels in Co. Louth. You can see on the map that County Louth has plenty of potential for generating electricity using solar panels. The darker colours along the east coast are the best areas.
If you are looking for more information about generating electricity using solar panels then fill in the form you see on this page with your Eircode and somebody from SolarShare will get straight back to you.
As well as been the location for many of our happy customers Louth also hosts Dundalk Institute of Technology who now offer a level 9 course in Solar Energy. Louth County Council have installed solar panels on the roof of Dundalk County Hall generating 11kW of electricity.
Businesses in Louth are also doing their bit in the drive to sustainable living.
We all love our coffee and local coffee distributor Dream Bean Coffee is a great example of a small business innovating to become more sustainable. Some of the innovations they have taken onboard include only using delivery trucks that are fully powered by solar energy. They also installed solar panels to generate electricity for the roasting of their coffee beans.
They may be even using packaging from local packaging company AP Controls. All of their packaging can be recycled.
Sonairte based in Laytown is a visitor experience which promotes a love of the outdoors, organic produce, eco-awareness and sustainable living.