Local Renewable Energy Specialist - Poole
With gas and electricity prices constantly on the rise there has never been a better time to consider generating your own energy.
Renewable energy and heating systems such as solar panels and ground source heat pumps can reduce your fuel bill and even put money into your pocket by selling excess energy back to the energy companies though the Government backed Feed in Tariff (FIT) scheme.
Most common problems are dealt with easily and efficiently by our trained engineers - we'll normally solve the problem on the spot, in one visit.
We offer honest and friendly advice on what is best for you and your pocket, carefully going through the cost and payback time on each technology. If a technology is not going to be cost effective, or is unsuitable for your requirements, we will tell you. All it takes is just one phone call.
Solar Thermal Hot Water
Solar thermal technology transforms the suns energy into useful heat via a solar connector. This heat is then used to heat water which helps to decrease carbon emissions, reduce global warming and save you money on your energy bills. Talk to us today about the benefits of heating your water using solar power.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps extract freely available heat from the ambient air, even when it's cold, to provide efficient heating and hot water at air temperatures as low as -25° C. Air source heat pumps have the advantage of low installation costs in comparison to other technologies and minimal space requirement. Talk to us today about the benefits of using air source heating.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
The earth stores vast amounts of solar energy, and ground source heat pumps extract this freely available energy to provide low cost, low carbon heating and hot water. Ground source heat pumps use collectors set in vertical or horizontal positions filled with a mixture of water and antifreeze. This mixture is pumped around the collector pipes absorbing heat from the ground. Talk to us today about the benefits of using ground source heating.
Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and storage of rainwater for domestic use including drinking water. Water is collected from the roof into an above ground water storage container. This water then passes underground through a series of filters before being pumped into a reservoir under the house. Water from this reservoir can then be drawn upon for most domestic uses. Talk to us today about the benefits of rainwater harvesting.
Greywater is the term given to waste water from sinks, showers, baths and washing machines which is usually cloudy in appearance. This water can be recycled and filtered for use in washing or flushing toilets. Talk to us today about the benefits of recycling greywater.