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How Does it All Work?
You can save huge amounts on your electricity and gas bills simply by selecting one of our solar solutions and having it installed in your property. Our solutions require no user intervention or maintenance and will save you money and energy for 25 years on average.
Solar Heating with Solar Tubes
Solar heating uses solar tubes installed on or around your property to turn sunlight into heat.
Around 80% of the hot-water used in the average UK home could be powered using sunlight gathered by solar tubes, which require no user intervention and work for around 30 years.
Solar tubes can support your central heating system or directly heat your hot-water supply. Both options can greatly reduce your gas bills, especially in the summer months.
Solar tubes compare the temperatures of the solar-collector with your hot water supply and, if needed, they will circulate a special anti-freeze to collect heat from the tubes and carry that heat back into your boiler, to heat your water supply.
Photovoltaics (Solar PV)
Photovoltaics uses solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity.
A set of solar panels, or a solar-array, can be installed on a properties roof or wall, either as a replacement for tiles or layed on top using a stainless-steel structure.
A solar power inverter is added to convert the DC electricity into AC electricity, which can then be used by most home appliances or even sold back to the grid.
Finally, the solar power collector system is linked to your fuse box and an electric meter so you can tell how much energy you have produced and how much unused energy you have sold back to the grid.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps extract heat from the atmosphere and supply it to your heating system.
Air source heats pumps do not require any groundwork to be undertaken, are very easy to install, and can be used in a variety of smaller areas such as lofts, flats or balconies.
Air source pump technology is simliar to ground source pumps and neither requires the use of external fuel, eliminating the need for gas/solid fuel. The evaporator simply extracts heat directly from its source, the heat in the atmosphere.
Air source heat pumps cool the surrounding air and are ideal for cooling stuffy areas like conservatories, while providing natural heat to your heating system at the same time.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground source heat pumps provide properties with heat stored in the surrounding land.
Ground source heat pumps collect heat from the earth and put that heat back into a building, in order to provide space heating or to heat a domestic hot-water supply.
Ground source heat pumps use an underground pipe, or ground loop, installed around your property, to collect heat from the earth using a mixture of water and anti-freeze.
This natural heat is then extracted from the ground loop using an evaporator and a compressor then feeds the heat into the hot water tank to be used in your home.
Wind turbines generate electricity for your home and can help you sell energy to the grid.
We can install a wind turbine on your property that allows you to generate your own electricity, to be used by your property or sold as a commodity in what is called 'Micro Generation' technology.
Wind turbines can be easily installed as free-standing structures around your properties or home, where we will find the most suitable spot for your convenience and energy needs.
Wind turbines can be installed in many ways and connected to the grid, so you can then sell your surplus energy to the grid, or use it to power your own home.
Sell Energy to the Grid with ROCs
When you generate your own energy using photovoltaics, heat pump systems or wind energy, you may produce more than you need (for example, during certain times of the day when the sun is very strong). To ensure any excess electricity isnít wasted, you can arrange to sell it back.
A ROC is the green certificate issued for renewable electricity generated within the United Kingdom and supplied to customers in the United Kingdom by a licensed supplier. ROCs are issued by Ofgem to accredited renewable generators.
You can receive ROCs from your energy supplier for selling your renewable generated energy back to the grid, allowing you to save on your energy bills and earn money at the same time.
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