Renewable Energy Advice Line

Renewable energy options

Do you know what your renewable energy options are? Do you know what renewable energy is?


Renewable energy is the energy harvested from earth’s renewable resources; which are much less harmful to our atmosphere.


Sunlight, wind, rain, waves and geothermal heat are all renewable energy sources, that are naturally replenished within our lifetime.


Take a look at the options available to you.

Renewable energy options
Air Source Heat Pump

Air source heat pumps

An air source heat pump has an average lifespan of 20 years when maintained and serviced properly, compared to a traditional boiler which usually needs replacing after 8-10 years.

Solar panels

Photovoltaic solar panels capture the sun’s energy using photovoltaic cells. Groups of these cells are mounted together in panels that can either be mounted on your roof (or on the ground).

Solar panels
Battery storage

Battery storage

Battery storage complements your solar system (or wind power) by storing excess energy in the day that usually would be sent to the grid, instead the energy that was stored during the day can be used in the evening for free.

Ground source heat pumps

A ground source heat pump draws heat from the earth and converts it into energy for heating and hot water through a system of pipes and heat exchanges.

Ground source heat pump

Explore your options with us

After explaining what renewable energy is, and the options available – what are the benefits? Making use of secure and local resources ensures you’re making use of sustainable resources, protecting the future of your environment.


This way, not only do you reduce your carbon footprint, you also reduce the amount spent on energy bills each month.


In some cases, you can earn an additional income by selling surplus energy back to the energy provider.


By booking an appointment with the Renewable Energy Advice Line, we can help you to determine what renewable energy option is the best option for your home or business. Although most properties want to reduce their emissions and energy spend, many others live within rural areas, cut off from the grid. They need renewable energy to provide heat and electricity.

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