Technology

With ever increasing fuel prices and the threat of global warming, more and more people are looking to reduce their fuel bills and do something for the environment. The UK government is also under a lot of pressure to reduce CO2 emissions in the UK too! They have been set a 15% reduction by the year 2020, and 80% by 2050! With this in mind, the government has put plans in place to assist people to do this in the form of grant incentives, as there is a significant investment required in becoming greener. These grants are designed to pay for the investment over a set period of time, and in some cases, can also act as a good investment vehicle giving a year on year Return on Investment (RoI) for either 7 years (for domestic installations) or 20 years (for commercial installations).

Heat Pumps


Taking energy from the ground or air to produce heat from pipes in the ground

Biomass Energy


Taking energy from burning wood (from a sustainable source) to generate heat and hot water

Solar Power


Taking energy from solar gain from the sun to generate hot water

Bespoke Builds


Custom energy systems made using the most methods most applicable to you

Hydro Power


Using the power of running water to convert in to electricity

Wind Power


Capturing the power of the wind to convert it in to electricity

Anaerobic Digestion


The breakdown of organic materials into methane, carbon dioxide gas and fertiliser

Non Renewable Energy


The burning of fossil fuels, such as oil or coal, to produce energy