The owners of this private property with log cabin annexe were looking to install solar panels and maximise the financial returns on their investment. Our survey identified the annexe roof as the ideal location, once a ground mounted system was discounted due to planning constraints
This Alms house in Surrey was undergoing a complete modernisation which included an extension. Currently running on electric heating the property was an obvious choice to benefit from an air source heat pump. EnergyMyWay designed a system that will reduce the heating bills, earn an income from the Renewable Heat Incentive and provide 100% of the heating and hot water requirements.
This homeowner had recently moved into a new house and was keen to reduce the size of his energy bills. EnergyMyWay surveyed the property for solar panels and also for a possible future installation of an Air Source Heat Pump, once a planned extension has been completed. Our customer wanted advice from a reputable Warwickshire renewable energy company that could offer all types of technology, not just solar panels.
The homeowner was keen to look at ways to save money on high electricity bills, and to maximise the use of the free electricity generated from solar PV. We surveyed the property for solar panels, ensuring that our designs met the customer brief of keeping the appearance uniform.
Woodcote Park is a stately home owned by the Royal Automobile Club and operating as a country leisure centre for its members. As part of a planned redevelopment, the club was looking to achieve energy savings and carbon reductions using the Feed in Tariff scheme.
This homeowner was aware of the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme and was keen to investigate a biomass boiler to reduce their energy bills. As there were 2 properties, we identified that they were in fact eligible for the non-domestic scheme, which will deliver higher returns than the domestic tariff.
Fire Safe Solutions is a fire consultancy company based in Southampton. They approached EnergyMyWay looking to use the Renewable Heat Incentive to replace an existing gas boiler and install renewable energy heating, which would be more economical to run. In particular, the office building was cold on Monday after the weekend, but the heating was too expensive to keep the building warm when unoccupied.
This Cornwall property is off the mains gas grid and reliant on expensive oil for heating and hot water. The owner wanted to find a solution to protect themselves from rising fuel costs and reduce their reliance on the volatile price of oil. We assessed the property and recommended an Air Source Heat Pump which is electrically run and could utilise the free electricity generated from the property’s existing Solar PV array.
The owner of this Cornwall property wanted to become less reliant on the utility companies and their ever-increasing energy bills. EnergyMyWay’s Solar PV experts assessed the property for solar panels and recommended a 3.75kWp array on the South West roof.
Having just moved into a large rural property, heated with oil, the owner was looking for the best way to reduce energy costs over the long-term. A colleague recommended EnergyMyWay and we carried out a renewable energy survey of the property. Our renewable energy specialists recommended a 35kW ETA biomass boiler (see separate case study) and a 10kW ground mounted Solar PV array.