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We all understand why renewable and clean energy sources are so important. And we all know that the renewable energy agenda has moved beyond large scale wind or solar farms through to onsite renewables for individual buildings.
In short we are specialists in renewable technologies. We can help you to select which technologies are appropriate for you. And provide costed implementation plans. But our expertise stretches beyond just the technologies. Our expertise is about knowing how to best utilise them and integrate them into your projects.
We understand all of the main renewable technologies, including:
- Solar energy technologies
- Wind energy
- CHP / CCHP / Co-generation
- Heat pumps
- Energy from waste
And we keep up-to-date with the emerging technologies. Like piezoelectricity for example. This is the ability of some materials to generate an electric charge after being squeezed or stretched. So the installation of piezoelectricity flooring tiles in busy nightclubs could see dancers generating clean energy!
But again it’s about more than technology. We start by understanding your objectives and ambitions. We model your energy demand. We then conduct feasibility and resource assessments on the technology options to establish the best technologies and their application. We help you to plan and identify infrastructure requirements. We conduct impact assessments. And then we provide advice on the design, sizing, installation, siting and cost benefit of the proposed renewable technology strategy. And we can help with end-of-life decommissioning as well.
And you can rest assured that we know what we are doing. We have worked on the largest domestic installation of PV’s in the UK. We contributed to the integrated infrastructure strategies for Masdar, the world’s first zero-carbon zero-waste city. We have conducted research into the investment viability of renewable technologies for investors and financial institutions. And we have devised renewable technology strategies for both new and existing buildings.