Awareness has increased over the recent decade and renewable energy or ‘renewables’ are vastly becoming an integral part of everyday life in our efforts to move away from fossil and nuclear fuel sources. Utilising energy generated by the sun, wind and water, these natural energy sources won’t diminish, which can’t be said for more traditional fuels.
Whether you love or loathe them, Wind Turbines are now an accepted part of our landscape along with Solar Photovoltaic panels (PV), Biomass Boilers, Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps. Many people and businesses have already invested and taken advantage of the Feed in Tariff (FIT) for Solar or Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which was set up to encourage home and business users to switch from traditional energy supplies to sustainable and renewable sources.
Advancements in technology over the last decade has seen the technology improve and become increasingly cost effective, no longer an indulgence for ‘early adopters’ or those looking to make a sound return on their investment through the tariff.
At Energy Alliance we have been installing renewable energy sources such as Solar PV systems for many years through our network if UK installers. Within recent years we’ve also expanded our product range to include Solar Battery Storage and Air Source Heat Pumps. We only bring the products to the public when we are able to offer the best technology at the best prices. We thoroughly road test and establish close links with the manufacturers to give our customers peace of mind about any investment in renewable technology they’re likely to make.
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*Savings are based on figures estimated by the Energy Saving Trust.
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