Renewable Energy Systems

Learn more about each renewable heating and cooling technology we offer.


Wind Farm


Renewable energy is a term used to describe energy taken from a source which doesn’t deplete as it’s always being naturally and continually replenished. Examples include the wind blowing, tides moving and sun shining. Renewable energy technologies provide an alternative solution to using fossil fuels such as gas and oil. As technology improves and becomes more affordable, it’s enabled homeowners and businesses to adopt renewables to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills.


We offer design, supply and installation of the below renewable energy systems to help homeowners and businesses reduce their energy consumption, lower their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills. Below you can out more about each of the technologies we work with.



AQ22i GSHP Installation


Heat pumps provide a renewable way of delivering heating, cooling and hot water to a building. They can achieve efficiencies up to 400%, compared to around 90% for a new gas boiler. This high level of efficiency will reduce your energy usage and as a result, your energy bill too. There are 3 different types of heat pump; air source, ground source and water. Visit our dedicated heat pump page to learn more about them using the link below.




Underfloor Heating


Underfloor heating goes hand in hand with heat pumps which operate at low, consistent temperatures. Underfloor heating allows for even heat coverage throughout a room, and as heat rises you’ll have comfort from head to toe with no cold spaces. Underfloor heating can also be zoned, allowing you full control of the temperature in one room or across one entire floor, depending on your preferences whilst installing the system.




Solar Thermal


Solar thermal harnesses natural sunlight energy to produce as much as 30-50% of a building's hot water requirements. Not limited to just homes, solar thermal can also be used on outbuildings and swimming pools to provide free, clean heat energy. If you install solar thermal with a ground source heat pump you can store excess solar thermal energy produced in the summer, in the ground collectors for the heat pump ‘charging’ the ground ready for winter and increasing year-round efficiency.




Solar PV


Solar PV is perhaps the most popular and widely adopted of renewable technologies in the home. It can be quickly installed on both existing and newbuild properties and you’ll start to notice the positive impact of the system immediately. A solar PV system can produce as much as 50% of a property's electricity requirements - which is why many of our customers who have heat pumps also opt to also install solar pv to help produce free, clean electricity to power their heat pump. This reduces operating costs even further and will improve the self sufficiency of a building and its use of clean energy.




Tesla Powerwall


Battery storage offers a fantastic way for you to manage your energy usage in a smarter way. Batteries like Sunamp can be used to store thermal energy produced by solar thermal panels whilst the Tesla Powerwall can be used to store excess electricity produced by solar PV. Whichever option you choose, by having a battery you can save any excess energy your system produces to maximise use of free, renewable energy.






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