Renewable Systems

Renewable Systems

Renewable energy is generated from natural resources such as the sun, using technology which ensures that the energy stores are naturally replenished.

Some of the benefits are:

  • utilising secure and local resources
  • reduced dependence on non-renewable energy
  • reduced carbon footprint
  • reduced energy bills, and in some cases, generating income by selling surplus back into the grid

Through the use of energy efficient products many of which appear on the Energy Technology List (ETL), thereby qualifying for the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme, we will always aim to deliver systems that are not just efficient, but also reduce carbon footprint and environmental impact.

The following are some examples of the renewable options we offer:


A new concept in compact thermodynamic systems, these innovative water heaters are based upon a heat pump which captures ambient solar/thermal energy to heat water efficiently. These units can deliver savings of up to 80% when compared to conventional systems.

click here to view our case study – Harris Primary School Thermoboil Installation

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Biomass heating systems use organic fuels, wood chip/pellets and logs to burn in a boiler. We can design and install biomass equipment to meet your unique heating/hot water requirements.

Biomass and pellet heating systems are environmentally-friendly, cost-efficient, and enable you to heat your building without the high costs of more traditional heating systems.

click here to contact us for more information about biomass heating.


Solar PV (photovoltaic) panels convert light into electrical energy. With peak performance realised on bright and sunny days, they will continue to produce electricity during periods of cloud cover.

Solar PV panels provide year-round energy generation, and are a cost-effective option against rising electricity costs.

If you’ve considered installing solar pv panels then why not click here to send us your details/enquiry, and we’ll be happy to discuss the design, planning, and installation process with you.


Solar thermal technologies convert energy from the sun into heat, typically using solar thermal panels. The heat harnessed from the sun can then be used for your building/water heating, in-turn, allowing you to reduce your energy bills and your carbon footprint.

If you’ve considered, or would like to explore a solar thermal heating option for your location,

click here to send us your details/enquiry, and we’ll be happy to discuss the design, planning, and installation process with you.


Air source heat pumps (ASHP’s) extract heat directly from the air and can process this heat energy for use to heat a building or hot water cylinder. We can work with you to ensure the best system option to deliver efficient results and long-lasting reliability.

Contact us for more information about or ASHP installation services.

click here to view our case study – Roman Stone Bespoke Heating Solution

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The cylinders/buffer vessels that we supply are manufactured for the safe, reliable, and effective storage of hot water over a long period of time. Efficient storage of hot water is essential when it comes to realising & maximising the benefits of your air/ground source heat pump, or biomass system.

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Ground source heat pumps use ground loops (underground pipework) to extract heat from below the surface and convert it into hot water which can then be used to heat buildings/spaces/water.

The installation process is more invasive than the process used for air source heat pumps, though the result is a more stable system that continues to work well through the colder months when ambient air temperatures are lower.

The equipment we use comes from manufacturers such as Nibe Energy Systems, and is selected meet the unique installation/usage needs of your location.

Contact us for more information if you’d like to discuss a project, or the potential to realise ground source heating at your location.


Rainwater harvesting is a method of collecting and storing water that can be used wherever absolute cleanliness isn’t essential, e.g. for use in garden areas, toilets, vehicle washing facilities. We install systems that efficiently collect, filter, and store rainwater for such purposes. Water storage tanks can be hidden underground or clearly visible, and on display at your location.

These systems save money through reduced water bills and help the environment. Typical results are savings of between 30% and 80% on past water bill rates.

Contact us for more information if you’d like to discuss the potential to realise rainwater harvesting at your location.