This Swansea homeowner, viewed solar as ethical investment, which would provide a return whilst also supplying him with free electricity. He was also interested in monitoring the panels performance using a web portal. EnergyMyWay carried out a survey of the property and made recommendations on the most appropriate system.
The owner of this Swansea property was interested in solar PV panels as a way to add value to his property whilst also investing for the long term. He approached EnergyMyWay who carried out a survey of the property and assessed its viability for solar panels.
Nestled on the East slope of the Conwy Valley in a sheltered wooded hollow. This caravan park is a small, family run and picturesque place, where owners and their families come to relax and enjoy the peace of this beautiful corner of North Wales.
Owners Reg and Heather had been interested in a solar PV installation for some time, in order to reduce the site’s carbon emissions and energy bills and to increase self-sufficiency in terms of electricity production. They also wanted the solar installation to serve as a visual example of low carbon technology and demonstrate the caravan park’s environmental credentials, so the visual appearance and materials used were of specific importance to them.
This Staffordshire home owner approached EnergyMyWay wanting a high energy yield from Solar PV Panels, as the property’s electricity use was due to increase with other planned improvements. We recommended looking at a system that will contribute to hot water production as well as electricity, to give less reliance on the grid and to future-proof the property .
The owners of this property were fed up with the hassle and expense of filling their coal-fired boiler and were looking for a simpler, cleaner and more cost effective means of providing both heating and hot water to their 4-bedroom home. We identified an air source heat pump as a suitable alternative.
The owner of this rural property in Cheshire was attracted to the environmental benefits and financial returns of solar, but did not like the look of conventional solar panels.
As specialists in a wide variety of attractive solar solutions, EnergyMyWay were invited to review his plans for a new garage building he was developing and to propose a solution that was aesthetically pleasing and in keeping with the overall design of the building.
The owner of this listed property was interested in renewable energy and approached EnergyMyWay for advice on their options. We considered biomass, but this was rejected by the planners, and heat pumps were not a practical option. However we were able to specify and install a remote ground mounted solar panel system, positioned and landscaped to meet planning expectations.
These Hampshire homeowners wanted to reduce costs in their ‘home for life’ and were looking for a suitable solar panel system to provide a low cost electricity solution. They were also aware of the Feed-in Tariff scheme and were looking for assurance that payments from the scheme would be guaranteed.
The objective was to maximise the return on a near-perfect south-facing roof, but with limited roof space. Following our survey we identified this would best be achieved with a highly efficient solar panel system giving optimum output from a smaller surface area than standard panels.
A call from a developer requiring a small solar PV system to ensure that a new build property SAP calculations could be met. Unfortunately the requirements had not been fully detailed by the designer and handover was imminent.The roof area was complicated and only a small area would be suitable for mounting of panels.The south and and west facing elevations were to be utilised.