Category Archives: Energy Conservation

Canons Brook Golf Club goes green with Winghager

Escalating fuel prices amidst an economic downturn has resulted in businesses turning to greener sustainable heating systems in a bid to reduce bills. Canons Brook Golf Club realised the positive changes biomass boilers make and since choosing Windhager’s BioWIN Excel model they are reaping the rewards.

Secondary Comprehensive School Compton Downs, Oxfordshire

A range of ETC static and ETS dynamic panel heaters were installed in two classroom blocks at The Downs School in Compton, to replace an inefficient and energy wasting system.

Long Farm, Reydon, Suffolk

Eco experts Terra Therma have revealed that their underfloor heating and renewable heating systems featured in both the winning Grand Design Best New House of the Year 2013 and the highly commended runner up.

The Bells Hotel and Golf Club, Forest of Dean

The Bells Hotel and Golf Club located in the heart of the Forest of Dean has opted for a renewable energy solution to heat its golf clubhouse and function rooms. Faced with a thirty year old cast iron gas boiler which was beyond repair, the owners of the complex decided this was an ideal time to look for an alternative energy source to fossil fuel.

Solar Thermal Systems

Whether brought about by obligation under CRC, by financial incentive through RHI or by prompting DECs and EPCs, businesses are actively reducing their carbon emissions and improving energy efficiency. In commercial buildings, energy audits are resulting in improved building fabric and air tightness measures.

Complete Daikin Altherma Solar system from Space Air

The Solar system will reduce your energy consumption on domestic hot water production and is part prefabricated in-house for a quick and cost effective installation. 

Zehnder Nova Neo shines at this year’s Plus X Award

Renowned indoor climate specialist Zehnder once again receives an award for its innovative products as part of the ‘2012 Plus X Award’ accolades – the world’s most prestigious innovation award for technology, sport and lifestyle.

Building a Brighter Future

2013 sees the launch of the Government’s eagerly-awaited Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, aimed at delivering its promise that 12 per cent of the UK’s heat will come from renewable energy sources by 2020.


A South Wales business has significantly reduced its carbon footprint through the installation of solar PV panels on its factory buildings. Solar Windows Ltd of Bedwas, Caerphilly, has invested in a 110.4 kWp Enfinity system, making it one of the largest installations of its type in the area.

Allbrite UK

Allbrite UK have recently helped over 60 customers reduce their household running costs to almost zero, in many cases their homes now generate a modest income. Allbrite also have a successful record in helping commercial businesses achieve even more surprising results, one such example is Box Studios in Liverpool who, it is estimated, will save over £10,000 per year since Allbrite installed a Biomass Boiler, a 10kW Solar PV system and rainwater harvesting.