Renewable energy

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We provide independent, practical advice on all aspects of renewable energy:

  • Air Source Heat Pumps
  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Backup Generation (Diesel/Gas)
  • Battery Storage
  • Biomass
  • Combined Heat and Power
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps
  • Solar PV
  • Wind

Over the years we have built up strong relationships with installers, funders and professionals who have become energy specialists in their fields of operation. 

We can undertake:

  • Electricity/Grid Connection applications
  • Electricity import and sales
  • Energy audits
  • Energy Performance Certificates – interpretation and guidance
  • Environmental legislation and permitting
  • Feasibility studies
  • FIT and RHI applications
  • Fuel supply chains
  • Grant funding
  • Introductions to major developers for Large Scale Solar PV/Battery Storage/Backup Generators
  • Legal issues
  • Ofgem ongoing administration
  • Project management
  • REGOs
  • SMART metering/Export metering
  • Taxation
  • Third party funded Solar PV
  • Voltage optimisation

Whether you have a specific project in mind or would like to understand more about the potential options, please get in touch. We will be delighted to help. 

View renewables case studes

Solar PV for a listed country house


The client was faced with significant electricity bills on the main residence of a small country estate with no obvious solution to investing in solar PV, given the orientation of the roofs and the sensitivity of a listed property.

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Solar PV on a commercial property portfolio


A commercial asset management company was tasked by one of their investors to review the installation of solar PV on a mixed range of commercial properties (cinemas, distribution centres, builders merchants, etc.) with a view to leveraging returns from existing commercial tenants by providing solar PV on the roof for on-site usage.

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Multi Installation solar PV


A Cornish Estate had a thriving business park and it had already installed 50kW of solar PV which was plugged into the main commercial tenant.  They were keen to expand with a further 50kW but there appeared to be two problems.  Firstly, there were no obvious users of large amounts of electricity and, secondly, the requisite grid connection upgrade was potentially prohibitive.

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