An introduction to funded renewable energy projects.
How Hausch Energy is helping reduce energy costs by harvesting, storing and using cleaner greener energy from renewable sustainable sources, and by providing up to 100% funding from concept through construction to commissioning and caring
As the cost of renewable energy continues to fall, more businesses are switching to 100% clean, renewable energy sources which reduces reliance on oil, coal and natural gas for electricity production.
Solar energy produces no pollution. The sun’s abundant power offers an unlimited source of energy that does not strip the landscape or harm the ozone layer, therefore protecting the environment.
Roof and ground mounted solar panels are becoming increasingly more efficient at harvesting this cleaner greener and free energy.
Solar carports are a simple yet clever combination of protecting vehicles and their users from the elements.
Solar carports are essentially taller ground-mounted solar panels arrays, lifted higher to accommodate and shelter the vehicle and its users, with optional EV charging points below.
Completely covering the cost of going green
This is a fully funded programme which allows companies, organisations, local governments and landowners to install and use their own technology to harvest, store and use energy from renewable and sustainable energy sources and do so at no capital cost to themselves, and with no interest or repayments.
This incentive provides up to 100% funding to enable greater energy sustainability, reduction of carbon emissions, and at the same time reducing ongoing energy bills to improve the bottom line.
This initiative negates the initial substantial costs that would normally have to be incurred and at the same time brings forward the return on investment from the commissioning date. It is available for projects that are expected to generate a minimum of one megawatt of energy from solar, wind and biomass and combined heat and power (CHP) projects.
The programme funds the purchase, installation and commissioning, along with the ongoing maintenance and servicing of the technology. The programme also pays for the application, underwriting and project planning, and may also cover the cost of planning permission and legal costs depending on the local jurisdiction. Installation of renewable energy generators and CHP can often be done without local planning permission.
Our partners, clients and the available technologies
Our working partners
We are pleased to have a number of excellent and established partners enabling us to fund, facilitate, and install renewable and sustainable energy solutions on small-scale localised projects to massive energy renewable energy grid projects.
Our partners include:
- Private equity investment and pension funds
- Green energy companies
- Manufacturers & Fabricators
- Facilities management, property management and land development companies
- Installers and Project Managers
Our clients and customers
Our client and customers vary in size from smaller-scale localised projects to massive renewable energy grid projects.
For example, here are some of the projects we have and are working on:
Adding renewable energy harvesting and storage, and cost reduction measures to:
- Office buildings
- Airport buildings
- Mineral mines
- Leisure and entertainment parks
- Schools and colleges
- Government buildings
- Defence ministries buildings and land
- UK National Health Service estates
- Government estates
- Private estates
The technologies at our disposal
As we all become more environmentally aware we are also becoming more aware of the technologies at our disposal for harvesting all that renewable energy that is currently going to waste, storing it for constant use, and then using that energy in a number of cost and energy-efficient ways.
Technologies at our disposal include:
- Solar-powered photo-voltaic panels which can be used on a small scale such as a building roof, intermediate scale, such as converting an entire disused airfield in order to power an industrial park, and even a massive solar grid to power entire communities.
- Wind turbines
- Combined Heat & Power systems
- Hydrogen as a carrier as well as storage
- LED Lighting systems
- Heat exchange
- Wave power