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Choose your Solar Solution
We source and install a wide range of solar solutions for all kinds of end-users and properties that are among the most cost-effective and enrivonmentally-friendly ways of increasing energy production while also helping you reduce your energy bills.
Solar Tubes & Heating
Our Solar tube solutions will help heat up to 80% of your yearly hot-water requirements, for around 30 years, without the need for user intervention.
Solar tubes provide a cost effective method of heating hot-water used for washing and bathing, using roof or wall mounted solar collectors.
Solar Electricity with Photovoltaics
Use photovoltaics to generate solar electricity, power your home and cut your electricity bills using an array of solar cells.
Solar energy can provide fixed unit costs for the lifetime of your product, which is around 30 years. You can even sell any surplus energy your system produces back to the grid for extra income.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground source heat pumps allow you to heat your home and hot-water supply with heat sourced from the surrounding land, using heat-collecting pipes installed around your home or property.
Ground source heat pumps are one of the most cost-effective ways of heating your home or hot water-supply as for every unit of electricity used to pump the heat, 3-4 units of heat are produced.
Air Source Heats Pumps
Air source heat pumps provide heat from the outside to buildings, using air-to-air systems provide warm air, which is circulated to heat the building.
Another type, air-to-water, heats your water to provide heating to a building through radiators or an underfloor system.
Air source heat pumps can heat your hot-water supply to a temperature of 55°c in conditions as low as -15°c and are suitable for many properties as they are easy to install and do not require any groundwork to be undertaken.
Wind turbines use the wind's lift forces to rotate aerodynamic blades that turn a rotor which creates electricity.
In the UK we have 40% of Europe's total wind energy. But it's still largely untapped and only 0.5% of our electricity requirements are currently generated by wind power.
Most small wind turbines generate direct current (DC) electricity. Wind systems can be connected to the national grid to sell energy or use an inverter to convert DC electricity to AC (mains electricity) for your home.
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