New home with Clearline fusion roof integrated solar by Cruden Homes
Viridian Solar and Cruden Homes have signed an agreement which will see the housebuilder, which already exclusively uses Clearline fusion roof integrated solar panels, add the newly launched Clearline Inverter, the Clearline EV Charger and the multi-award winning ArcBox, on all developments with a requirement.
Cruden Homes was one of the first housebuilders to sign a group deal with Viridian Solar in 2016 and the relationship has continued to grow. With headquarters in Edinburgh, Cruden Homes has won many awards including the coveted Homebuilder of the Year accolade at the annual Homes for Scotland Awards, most recently in 2022.
John Irons, Country Sales Manager, Scotland at Viridian Solar said:
"We are extremely pleased that Cruden Homes has decided to source all their solar equipment directly through us, this includes the new Clearline Inverter and Clearline EV, we believe this will be a key step in helping them to meet the new building regulations moving forward."
Andrew Charnock, Procurement Manager at Cruden Homes said:
"We have been installing Clearline fusion roof integrated solar panels for a number of years. Being able to source the whole package, which includes the solar panels, inverter, electric charger and the solar safety product, ArcBox, from one manufacturer ensures that we have complete control over the solar equipment we are installing."
The new Clearline Inverter