Our Renewable Energy Systems
We aim to give the best advice possible for renewable energy systems and heating technologies. You can rest assured that we will only recommend products to you if they are suitable for your property and if your energy usage will be reduced, using a very honest approach. You can lower your bills by generating your own energy, earn money from various incentives and we think most importantly reduce carbon emissions. All of our installations are MCS accredited and carried out to the highest standards.
Our Renewable Energy Services
Greenfuture Energy are a MCS (Microgeneration Certificate Scheme) accredited installer of various renewable energy’s, including Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps, Solar Photovoltaic Panels, Solar Thermal Panels, Biomass Boilers and Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR). We also fit Electric Vehicle (EV) points which are steadily increasing in popularity.
We cover Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk and have an extensive knowledge of the various technologies available. You can rest assured that we will give you honest advice, ensuring that we only sell to you if you will get an acceptable return on your investment. As well as advising and installing renewable energy systems we can also carry out the service and any maintenance that might be necessary.
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Greenfuture Energy Ltd are the experts in helping you make savings in your fuel bill with renewable energy solutions. Request a callback today for free advice and see the difference we can make to your home.
Our Services Include:
– Air Source Heat Pumps
– Ground Source Heat Pumps
– Solar Photovoltaic Panels
– Solar Thermal
– Biomass Boilers
– Electric Vehicle Charging Points
– Service Contracts
– Solar Battery Storage
– Inverter Replacement
– Electrical Services
– Building and Maintenance
– Plumbing & Heating Services
– Disabled Adaptations
What is domestic renewable energy?
What is renewable energy?
Sunlight, water, air and heat from the earth are all renewable sources that we can use to make solar, tidal, wind and geothermal energy. Sometimes renewable energy is also called green or eco energy.
Here is a list of some of the most common renewable energy sources:
How is electricity made?
When a power station uses coal or gas, these sources are used to heat water, which makes steam, and the steam turns the turbine.
When a power station uses a renewable source like hydro power or wind, it’s these sources that are used to turn the turbine.
When a house or building has solar panels, they are making electricity a whole different way without turbines and on a much smaller scale. Solar panels generate electrical power by capturing solar radiation and converting it into electricity using semi-conductors.
How can energy be stored?
Clearly there is a range of ways to store energy depending on requirements and circumstances. Many of the above modes of storage are still in development whereas others, such as pumped hydro and hot water tanks, have been available for years. The challenge today is to maximise the efficiency of storage and to rapidly realise systems at a commercial scale.
Why is renewable energy important?
As well as producing greenhouse gases fossil fuels produce considerable amounts of pollution when they are burnt. This includes oxides of sulphur and nitrogen as well as soot and ash. These emissions damage our health and our environment.
One further disadvantage of fossil fuels is that much of our oil, gas and coal has to be imported, which can be expensive and makes us reliant on other regimes for our sources of energy.
So today we are at a transition between a fossil-fuel driven society and a carbon-free society which will become largely dependent on renewables.