This specialist laser cutting and white metal bearing manufacturer was a very high user of electricity within their manufacturing process and the Managing Director wanted to both reduce his input costs, and lessen his environmental impact by becoming more sustainable. His Chairman recommended that he contact EnergyMyWay as we had previously installed a biomass heating system for his domestic property in Devon.
The Regional Director of EnergyMyWay met with the MD to understand his requirements and reviewed his current and forecast energy consumption and costs and was able to advise him of the cost savings and carbon offset potential of installing a Solar PV array.
The owner of this off-grid cottage renovation was looking for a sustainable solution for heating and generating power for the property which would reduce his long term running costs. Having been let down by a previous renewable energy company he contacted EnergyMyWay for advice and, after an initial consultation, invited us to complete a full review of his renewable energy options.
The owner of this detached property was suffering from high heating bills due to the poor thermal efficiency of the original Victorian construction, including solid brick walls and single glazed sash windows.
The owner contacted EnergyMyWay for advice and, following a detailed survey of the property, it was established as an ideal property for a biomass boiler which would deliver the high flow temperatures that this type of property requires.
Mr and Mrs W live in a large bungalow in a rural area near Horncastle. They have relied on an oil boiler for years, but have been concerned about the efficiency of their system and the running costs. They also had limited options for energy provision due to the location of their property, being off the mains gas grid.
This property has a high hot water demand as the owner maintains a large marine fish tank. EnergyMyWay were asked to consider aesthetically pleasing solar panels to help reduce bills and generate earnings from government subsidies. We recommended Viridian Solar Thermal plates which have the appearance of skylights and qualify for the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive.
The owner of this villa in North Scotland was seeking advice about their options for attractive solar panels. Whilst wanting to reduce their energy bills, it was important to maintain the aesthetics of the property. There was also a requirement to review the water bills which were high due to the upkeep of a marine fish tank at the property.
Saxon Court is a residential care home set in about 5 acres of stunning countryside in rural East Sussex. The buildings were dependent upon oil and electric to provide heat and hot water for an internal area totaling over 1,500 square metres. The challenge was finding a location for a single plant room – and working in an occupied care home with high-dependency residents with special needs.
Following the launch of the government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, this Surrey homeowner was interested in an air source heat pump for their heating and hot water. We carried out a thorough survey and recommended a Dimplex LA9MI, a 9kW heat pump suitable for properties of this size.
This 16-panel solar array on a south facing roof is a typical example of many of our domestic solar panel installations. The homeowner was keen to install solar panels to reduce electricity bills and maximum the returns available from the Feed-in Tariff. The south facing roof of the property presented the perfect location for panels
This extension project incorporated a timber-clad extension with a zinc roof. The homeowner approached EnergyMyWay looking for a suitable solar panel array that would integrate with the design of the property as well as Maximising returns from energy bill savings and the Feed-in Tariff.