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.
This homeowner approached EnergyMyWay looking to maximise the returns from an investment in Solar PV by generating free electricity and accessing the government Feed-in Tariff. We carried out a thorough survey and identified the best opportunity for solar panels would be on the west facing roof of the main house and the south facing garage roof.
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.
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.