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  • Solar PV systems

    Generate electricity
  • Wood burning stoves
  • Biomass boilers
  • Rainwater harvesting
  • LED Lighting
  • Solar Thermal systems
  • microCHP systems
  • Hydro Electricity
  • Voltage Optimisation
  • Air Source Heat Pump
  • Wind Turbines
  • Insulation
  • Underfloor heating

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The thing about technology is that it is constantly evolving. It is however, all driven by the same objective which is to make our properties more energy efficient in order to save money, minimise grid dependency and reduce our carbon footprint.


Each property is unique and every customer's objectives must be tempered by considering what is possible and what is affordable. It is all about making informed choices and our job is to make sure you get what you need, when and where you need it. When it comes to making property more energy efficient, one size definitely does not fit all.

Solar Photovoltaic

With extremely versatile mounting options and very low maintenance, Solar PV panels convert daylight into electricity and deliver an excellent return on investment by exploiting the Feed-in-Tariff incentive scheme.

Biomass Heating

A self-feeding biomass boiler or stove burns plant matter to generate central heating and hot water. With such a low carbon output, biomass boilers generate revenue through the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.

Rainwater Harvesting

Store and use what nature provides for free and reduce mains water use. Flush toilets, run washing machines, irrigate gardens and beat hosepipe bans.

Low Energy Lighting

There has been a revolution in the last few years in the quality of low energy lighting. LED now allows for the same quality of light as traditional lighting but at a fraction of the running cost. Low energy lighting can provide highly cost effective energy savings in all property types.

Solar Thermal

Ground or roof-mounted solar panels that heat water. Particularly suitable for buildings with a high and constant heat load, these systems also qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive.


Combined Heat and Power is an engine or turbine that generates electricity and useable heat as a by-product. This well-proven technology now exploits new solid oxide fuel cell technology for even higher efficiency. Qualifies for Feed-in-Tariff incentive scheme.


The water wheel powered the industrial revolution and the force of running water is generating more power, in the form of electricity, than ever before. Micro turbine installations make Hydro more accessible than ever. Feedin-Tariff applicable.

Voltage Optimisation

The design of the national grid means that most buildings are supplied with electricity at a higher voltage than they need; this extra voltage is simply wasted as heat. Voltage optimisation cuts waste and can yield substantial savings depending upon the usage profile.

Heat Pumps

A key part of the government's long-term energy strategy, they convert ambient air or ground temperature into space and/or hot water heating. 2 to 5 times more efficient than traditional systems they can also be used for space cooling. Renewable heat incentive applicable.

Wind turbine

They don't have to be huge and they can be sited in high-density urban environments. What they all do is harness wind power to generate electricity and save you money. Feed-in-Tariff applicable.


The starting point for all new buildings and for refurbishments is a high level of thermal insulation. The building regulations mandate increasingly stringent minimum levels, but a wide choice of new technologies offer several routes to reach and exceed this baseline.

Heat Recovery

In many traditional buildings the major heat loss is through circulating air being lost to the outside and replaced by cold air. Better insulated buildings are also less draughty and as they reduce unmanaged air loss they must be ventilated to provide a pleasant working or living environment. Heat recovery systems allow a high percentage of the energy in ventilated air to be recovered.

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