By recommending and installing both a Solar Hot Water Installation and Domestic Solar panels EnergyMyWay Lincolnshire was able to help our customer improve their energy efficiency and reduce their energy bills.
This Cornwall homeowner was already enjoying the benefits of renewable energy when she approached EnergyMyWay looking to get more from her existing solar panels. The initial enquiry was regarding battery storage for solar energy but our Cornwall Solar Panel expert identified an opportunity to upgrade the system to produce more solar energy at a lower cost.
This Cornwall homeowner approached our solar panel experts wanting to reduce her electricity bill and protect herself from rising bills in the future. We identified a ground-mounted system as the ideal solution as it could be easily installed and would maintain the aesthetics of the main house.
This Cornwall homeowner had recently purchased a property and refurbished it considerably when he approached EnergyMyWay looking to invest in Solar Panels to protect himself from continually rising electricity bills.
Mr Bowker approached EnergyMyWay looking for a second opinion after another renewable energy company advised he should install Solar Panels on his East facing slate roof. The property is terraced and has two velux windows. Our Cornwall Solar Panel experts carried out a thorough survey and identified the recently constructed double garage as the optimum space for Solar.
Case study on Air Source Heat Pump installation carried out by EnergyMyWay Cornwall. Modern bungalow previously heated by oil now heated by a Dimplex high temperature air source heat pump
Mr and Mrs Smith approached EnergyMyWay looking to reduce their rising electricity bill and hoping to earn a return on an investment in Solar Panels. Roof space was limited so we were challenged to achieve the maximum return possible from the space available.
Mr and Mrs Culver had been considering Solar PV for some time, thanks to the great returns available from the Feed-in Tariff. When they bought a new electric car it was the perfect time to have Solar Panels installed. EnergyMyWay were asked to review the best option for using solar to charge the car, bring down the cost of the household electricity bill and generate a tax-free income from the government subsidy.
Following a homeowner report from the Energy Saving Trust, Mr & Mrs W contacted EnergyMyWay looking for the most cost effective heating solution for their extensive renovation project. The new domestic Renewable Heat Incentive meant they could install a carbon neutral Biomass Boiler, which would pay for itself as well as give them long-term lower cost heating.
Kent homeowners Mr and Mrs White approached EnergyMyWay looking to reduce their electricity bill and earn a return on the investment from the government’s Feed-in Tariff. The garage has a flat roof and planning restrictions meant that a Solar PV installation could not exceed 20cm in height.