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.
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.
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.
A retired cattle farmer was looking for a renewable energy solution that could heat a greenhouse, 2 houses and a set of former cattle barns. The multi-functioning biomass heating system installed by EnergyMyWay is delivering a ROI of 19%.
This Biomass Boiler at Puddleduck Valley saves the owners £6,200 per year on their heating bill and the Renewable Heat Incentive rewards them with a further £6,600 per year. Added to the huge savings, the holiday business can now claim a cleaner, greener energy ethos.
Thanks to the government’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, this Biomass Boiler at a Devon farm will pay for itself in less than 6 years and earn the farm a staggering £10,000 a year in oil bill savings and incentive payments.
This thriving business park on the edge of Oxford comprises of a number of units leased by enterprising small and medium-sized businesses. They approached EnergyMyWay looking to reinforce their established green credentials and reduce the energy costs of their properties.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm are world-leading experts in elephant husbandry who are passionate about environmental sustainability. They approached EnergyMyWay with a truly unique set of requirements for a state of the art elephant house in Bristol.
Burton Hathow is a new preparatory school who approached EnergyMyWay looking for a solution to the high cost of oil, a sustainable heating solution in keeping with their ethos of sustainability, nature and creativity, and a substantial return on their investment.