With a fairly small population of only just over 25,000 local inhabitants, the town of Portishead lies on the banks of the Severn Estuary. Opposite Newport and Cardiff that lie across the River in Wales, Portishead is proud to be promoting its Environmentally Friendly ethos and ethics to many of its bigger neighbours close by. Only eight miles West of Bristol and eighteen miles northeast of Weston-Super-Mare, Portishead has a long history as a fishing port. The proud, local inhabitants are doing everything they can to support local businesses such as redbridgeandsons.co.uk/solar-pv-panels/solar-panel-installers-portishead who are professional, reputable, Solar Panel Installers Portishead who are delivering sustainable options for heating and energy sources.
The old Docks and seafaring vessels have long since gone and the whole area has been tastefully redeveloped into a Marina with a beautiful residential quarter. The local families all know how imperative it is to embrace Solar Power and try to find sustainable ways of supplying energy for their homes. Climate Change and Global Warming are hot topics of conversation around the town and anything they can do to help protect the environment is being invested in.
Even the Portishead Lifeboat Station, manned entirely by volunteers, which is close to the Marina, where the dedicated, brave crew save hundreds of lives each year along the inland waterways of Bristol and the Severn estuary has invested in Solar Panels for its roof.