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Natural Energy Heats Up As Weather Cools Down - 9th September 2013 Oil is out and natural heat is definitely in as our heat engineers celebrate the completion of a line of biomass and heat pump installations, all ready and set for the cooler weather. Biomass boilers are topping our list in popularity with district heating systems installed on buildings in Shropshire, Cheshire and Lincolnshire. Large domestic properties, farms, commercial units, a listed... Continue reading
Making the Grade - 9th September 2013 Since October 2008, all properties on the market for sale or rent in England and Wales have required by law an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to indicate how green a building is.  This is just one indication of the efficiency of the building and a second Environment Impact rating that measures the property’s CO2 emissions. So what’s going to change in 2018?  Until now, there ... Continue reading
Branston’s Sun Powered Potatoes - 6th September 2013 This summer saw the completion of our 637kWp, multi-site solar PV installation for UK potato supplier, Branston.  With sites in Somerset, Lincolnshire and Scotland, Branston handles around eight to ten per cent of the UK's national potato crop, supplying wholesalers and retailers such as Tesco and Booker. With a strong environmental policy already in place, including anaerobic digestion and... Continue reading
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Cutting Down Commercial Heat Loss - 2nd September 2013 Warm air rising is a costly problem when trying to maintain floor level heat in large open buildings such as warehouses and showrooms. Adding to our list of energy efficient products, we can now supply thermostatically controlled fans to recycle warm air collected at high levels, potentially reducing heating costs by 20-50%. Known as de-stratification units, these commercial ceiling fans... Continue reading