Renewable Energy Systems Installers in Suffolk, Norfolk & Essex

If you seek an MCS certified renewable energy systems installer in Suffolk, Norfolk, or Essex, look no further than Greenfuture Energy. The clue is in the name! 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 by our renewable energy installers.

Our Renewable Energy Services

Greenfuture Energy is an MCS (Microgeneration Certificate Scheme) accredited renewable energy installer of various renewable energy’s, including Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps, Solar Photovoltaic Panels, Solar Thermal Panels and Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR). We also fit Electric Vehicle (EV) points which are steadily increasing in popularity.

Our renewable energy installers cover Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk and have 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.

Air Source Heat Pumps

Electrical Services

EV Charging Points

Ground Source Heat Pumps

Panel Installers


Benefits of Switching to Green Energy


When you switch to green energy, you’ll quickly be surprised to find the financial benefits that automatically come with the decision.

High Versatility

Our green energy solutions can be used for a multitude of purposes, from heating and cooling to providing power machinery.

Lower Emissions

Many green energy sources produce few to no carbon emissions, or any other harmful pollutants, for that matter!

Better for the Environment

It stands to reason that installing green, sustainable energy solutions in your property is much better for the environment than sticking with traditional, unsustainable options.

Renewable and Sustainable

Green energy sources derived from all-natural resources like air, water or solar radiation are infinitely renewable with no substantial drawbacks.

Request a Callback from our Renewable Energy Installers

Greenfuture Energy Ltd are experts in helping you make savings in your fuel bill with renewable energy solutions. Request a callback today from one of our renewable energy installers 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

    – Electric Vehicle Charging Points
    – Service Contracts
    – Breakdowns
    – Solar Battery Storage
    – Inverter Replacement

    – Electrical Services
    – Building and Maintenance
    – Plumbing & Heating Services
    – Disabled Adaptations

    Renewable Energy FAQs

    What is domestic renewable energy?

    There is a range of renewable energy technologies that are now available for domestic use which can help you meet your energy requirements. These make use of the sun, wind or renewable fuels to generate heat and electricity.

    What is renewable energy?

    Renewable energy is any energy we use that comes from renewable, natural sources. Renewable means that it's naturally replenished, so can't run out. Things like the sun will never run out, same with trees because although we can cut them down to make biomass energy, we can still replant them, so it's a renewable source.
    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.

    What is the most common renewable energy sources?

    Biomass – from things like plants that used to be living
    Solar – from the sun
    Wind – from the air
    Hydro – from water
    Marine – also known as tidal, using the force of waves
    Geothermal – heat from the earth

    How is electricity made?

    Electricity comes from power stations, where it's made in huge generators. Power stations use a source like coal, nuclear, wind, hydro or natural gas in order to generate energy. The energy created from these sources then turn huge turbines that have magnets and copper wire inside them. The combination of movement with magnets and copper wire creates a flow of electrons across atoms, which makes electricity.
    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 hydropower 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 semiconductors.

    How can energy be stored?

    Storage of energy from renewables is of considerable importance since it can be used to smooth out any mismatch between supply and demand particularly as regards electricity. Energy can be stored over various timescales from minutes, hours and days to months or even between seasons. Energy can also be stored in a variety of forms such as potential energy (e.g. pumped hydro), kinetic energy (e.g. flywheels), as heat and as electricity. The long-term storage technologies tend to store larger quantities of energy and vice versa. The principal short-term (minutes to days) modes of storage are pumped hydro, flywheels, batteries, capacitors, hot water tanks, tidal waters, vehicles to grid (car batteries), compressed air, thermal storage and digital quantum batteries. Modes of energy storage over months to between seasons include hydrogen gas, biodiesel, synthetic methane, natural gas and underground water (Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage).
    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?

    Renewable energy has become very important for two reasons. First and foremost, the burning of fossil fuels is largely responsible for global warming and climate change which, if left unchecked, will lead to global average surface temperatures more than 2°C warmer than before the industrial revolution (mid-18th century). Policymakers have identified 2°C warming as the threshold of dangerous warming. Global warming of around 0.8°C is already leading to changing seasons, droughts and heatwaves, heavy precipitation (floods), rising sea-level and more energetic storms in many parts of the world. Also, fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas), on which our society depends on heating, electricity and transport, are finite. Oil and gas, in particular, are becoming increasingly expensive to extract as the easy-to-access reserves are worked out and globally the production of oil may already have peaked. Renewable energy has the great attraction that it draws on inexhaustible and free supplies of energy which means that, other than the cost of manufacture, installation and maintenance, it is not exposed to fluctuating prices.
    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.

    Why Choose Greenfuture Energy?

    Whatever your requirements, there are many great reasons to choose Greenfuture Energy!

    Wide Range of Renewable Services

    We offer an impressively broad range of electrical, renewable and solution-driven services. These include (but are certainly not limited to) plumbing, boiler repairs, electrical testing, solar panel installation, and much more.

    High-Quality Workmanship

    Working to the highest possible standards, our electricians, builders, and renewable energy system installers can always be depended on for whatever job you commission us to do. The quality of our workmanship is backed up by our many certifications and positive reviews.

    TrustMark Registered

    TrustMark, NICEIC and many other organisations have given us their coveted marks of approval. This ensures the highest level of workmanship and professionalism from our team. See below for a full list of our certifications.

    Commitment to Green Sustainability

    Greenfuture is more than just a clever name – we truly believe in a greener, more sustainable future for all. Every area of our business has hard-working individuals dedicated to supplying eco-friendly solutions, from solar panels to EV charging stations.

    Years of Experience

    Our expert electricians and installers have many years of experience in their respective lines of work. We believe that experience matters a great deal in this profession, giving our technicians the knowledge and skill required to complete any job.

    What to Expect with Greenfuture

    Initial Contact

    Reach out to us via our contact form, telephone or email. At this point, you can give us your name, return number and postcode address.

    Our Callback

    Next, we’ll get back in touch with you as soon as we can to discuss your requirements, preferences, and ideal timeframe for our specialists to arrive.

    Free Property Assessment

    Our team will be dispatched at a time of your convenience to conduct a free home inspection and assessment before beginning their work.

    TrustMark-Approved Work

    Beginning work in no time at all, our specialists will make impressive progress on your electrical project.


    Once we’re done, we’ll leave any energy systems we’ve worked on in a vastly improved condition. Leave us a review to let us know how we’ve performed. 

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