Exmouth businessmen set up renewables venture
Two Exmouth-based entrepreneurs have launched a new renewable energy company.
Ex-Royal Marine Marcus Di-Vincenzo, who runs two security companies, and George Fereday, owner of Solar Eco, set-up MIG Renewable Technologies in July.
Since its formation, it has completed a number of commercial installations at St Thomas Cricket Club in Exeter and Woodbury Farm, as well as residential installations at homes across Exmouth, Talaton and Exeter.
Fereday said: "We both want the British public to understand the benefits of having a solar installation.
"Our priority is for our customers to understand how the system works, how much energy it will generate, how much they will save in electricity bills and how much they will reduce their carbon emissions."
Di-Vincenzo added: "People don't realise that they could slash their electricity bills in half, at the same time as saving the planet. I want people to start seeing the real potential behind renewable energy. The return on investment for a solar installation is greater than most bank accounts with high interest rates."
MIG Renewable Technologies, part of the MIG Group, is based at Liverton Business Park.