What is renewable energy?

Renewable Energy is energy generated from sources that are naturally replenished, such as sun, wind, tides, waves and geothermal heat. Energy generated from these sources typically release much less carbon than energy from fossil fuels.

Installing renewable energy products

Our website is designed to give you information and advice about solar PV panels, solar hot water systems and air source heat pumps and how they can help make your home more energy efficient. If you're thinking of installing renewable energy technology in your home, we recommend you read the top tips for buyers listed on the Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC) website. We’re not currently offering renewable energy products but we should be again soon, you can register your interest via the link below and we will get in touch once this service becomes available again.



Air source heat pump outdoor unit

Air source heat pump

An air source heat pump (ASHP) is a low-carbon and convenient alternative to a traditional oil boiler or solid fuel heating system.

Solar Photovoltaic installation

Solar photovoltaic (PV)

Solar photovoltaic (solar PV) panels harness the energy in sunlight to produce electricity to power your home. They’re robust, easy to install and help to reduce CO2 emissions.

Solar Thermal (Hot water) installation

Solar thermal hot water

Solar thermal, or solar thermal hot water systems, use heat from the sun to heat the water in your hot water tank. This gives you renewable hot water.



Sharing advice and expertise to help you find the best renewable energy solution.

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Feed-in Tariff

If you have any questions about the Feed-in Tariff you can contact our Green Team on 0800 404 9087(1)

or contact us via the link below.

Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme, supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

The aim of Renewable Energy Consumer Code is to ensure that consumers wishing to install a small-scale heat or power generation unit for their homes have the necessary confidence and service standards so that they can make an informed choice.