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Market Deeping based company’s recycle project featured on TV show

Market Deeping-based solar company Lark Energy has helped transform a disused shipping container into a fully functioning office for a Channel 4 television programme

Market Deeping-based solar company Lark Energy has helped transform a disused shipping container into a fully functioning office for a Channel 4 television programme

A solar specialist company has its work transforming a disused shipping container into a fully functioning office feature in a new Channel 4 television programme.

Market Deeping-based Lark Energy,a sister company of Larkfleet Homes, has helped transform the shipping container with project leader Reestore.

Lark Energy designed, supplied and installed an 
off-grid solar system to provide the power required for the office.

The photovoltaic panels installed on the roof of the shipping container and connected to a battery storage system generate enough energy to power two computers, a projector and a speaker system.

The conversion project that has transformed the shipping container into a new home office will be featured in a Channel 4 programme called George Clarke’s Small Space Revolution broadcast on November 27.

 

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