We’re about capturing and using all that constantly renewable energy that is currently going to waste and converting it into useable electricity with zero CAPEX
“We provide fully-funded and
self-funded renewable sustainable energy solutions, enabling property and land owners to transition from fossil-fuels to be cleaner, greener, and leaner.”
We are working with companies, local government, property and land owners, managing their transition from fossil fuels to green energy. We have been able to provide energy savings of up to 70% with zero CAPEX.
Zero capital expenditure needed
Instant and ongoing reduced energy bills
Increased profitability and green credentials
Reduced carbon footprints
The benefits of switching from fossil-fuels
By now we all know that we need to move away from fossil fuels. With access to our services, cost is no longer a barrier to doing so, and enjoying the numerous financial, business and environmental benefits of doing so…..
Up to 100% of the capital costs can be funded to cover the costs of installing a choice of renewable energy technologies inclusive of maintenance. There are numerous financial benefits including;
- increased capital for investment as existing capital can now be used elsewhere.
- cost and tax savings
- reduced annual energy bills as soon as the project is switched on
- Significant long-term energy cost savings
- increased profitability
The business benefits to adopting renewable energy rather than fossil fuels are numerous, and include:
- increased energy dependence and security
- enhanced sustainability
- reduced energy bills helping to enhance profits
- instant green credentials
- increased stakeholder and shareholder confidence
- a clear corporate social responsibility and environmental statement
Harvesting all that renewable and sustainable energy that is currently going to waste, has obvious environmental benefits:
- reduced environmental impact of the business
- a smaller carbon footprint from reduced carbon emissions
- helping to make carbon neutrality easier
- improving living and working environments
- a clear “Be seen to be green” message to all stakeholders and shareholders
The ‘instant’ alternatives to fossil fuels for buildings.
Although we can design, fund and install solar farms, onshore and offshore wind farms, biomass reactors, etc, many of these technologies, take time to complete and often need planning permission which causes further delays. The following green energy solutions are not really ‘instant’ but can be implemented within a matter of weeks, usually without planning permission, using a simple linear timeline.
1: Project site survey and appraisal 2: Approval by the client 3: Apply for funding 4: National grid connection approval 5: Agree an install date
Our “instant” solar option is for buildings with up to 11,000 square meters of useable roof area, which is around 92% of the size of Trafalgar Square in London.
This type of installation will produce as much free energy as the roofspace will provide, and as there is no need to leave your current energy provider you will only be paying them for the reduced amount of energy they supply
Solar canopies and car ports can also be added around the building but they may require planning permission depending on their location.
Waste Heat Capture
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all over the world, heat is constantly escaping from plant and property and is simply being lost as a waste of energy and a waste of money.
Having the ability to instead capture and convert that wasted heat into ‘new’ electricity you no longer need to purchase from your energy supplier is obviously a very green technology that will reduce clients annual electricity bills and carbon footprints.
Combined Heat & Power
Combined heat and power (CHP) integrates the production of usable heat and power (electricity), in one single, highly efficient process. CHP generates electricity whilst also capturing usable heat that is produced in this process. This contrasts with conventional ways of generating electricity where vast amounts of heat is simply wasted.
This is an ideal technology that provides cooling as well as heating for hospitals, hotels, large schools, office buildings, factories, in effect any company with a large spend on heating costs.
Other green tech, larger projects, and infrastructure.
The ‘instant’ installations covered above are great for so many commercial, local governement, community, religious and sports buildings, etc. Larger installations, which can also be fully funded, take longer to install simply becasue of their size, location, complexities and planning/zoning considerations.
Car parks, land and solar farms
Solar panels are a proven and reliable technology that can be incorporated onto property and land in many ways.
The unused space above buildings, car parks, perimeters, waste land, repurposed land and even water, can be utilised to very efficiently and effectively harvest and convert solar energy to electicity, usually at a price lower than clients are being charged by their grid connected energy suppliers.
Current projects include an even larger project than former RAF airfield that uses the land in between runways to power the adjacent technology and business park, as well as an entire retail park and its surrounding land and car parks.
Onshore & offshore wind farms
Wind energy and renewable energy is big business with the UK considered one of the best locations for wind power in the world, with an estimated 40% of the wind that hits Europe passing over us first.
Wind turbines are a relatively simple system of generating electricity, and are not new having been around for centuries, they are just much more advanced and efficient these days.
Costing half as much as offshore wind, a quarter as much as solar power, and even slightly less than nuclear power, onshore wind farms take the lead in cost efficiencies.
Microgrids are self contained self-sufficient mix of renewable energy systems that provide the energy needs of a collection of structures, such as a campus, hospital complex, airport, retail or business park, or even an entire town.
Microgrids can contain a mix of multiple technologies such as solar, wind, combined heat & power, biomass/biofuel, battery or hydrogen based energy storage, etc.
Local micro-grids can be completely self contained and independent from the national energy grid, or can remain connected.