GreenGenUK installs renewable energy solutions to domestic customers that can cater for heating, hot water and electricity demand.
GreenGenUK provides the following domestic renewable alternatives:
– Air source and ground source heat pumps
In the last decade, specifically the last five years, the number of renewable energy installations undertaken by domestic homeowners has sky-rocketed. There are several reasons for this:
1. Increases in the costs of running a home have forced customers to search for alternative ways of powering their properties.
Traditional methods of powering homes, such as gas, coal and oil, have seen a significant increase in cost over recent years and this has been reflected in domestic heating and electricity bills. As a result, the financial viability of switching to a renewable alternative has improved. By replacing demand from the grid with free, renewable energy, customers can lower their energy bills dramatically, often between 30 and 50 percent.
2. Decreases in the costs associated with a renewable installation.
Before recent years, renewable alternatives were deemed to be only affordable for super-rich customers with heaps of disposable income. However, substantial reductions in the costs of a renewable system, alongside a greater understanding of how renewables work and how they can benefit domestic customers, have made installations for more accessible and achievable for homeowners. Lowered costs across the board and improvements in the way renewable alternatives are designed and installed have made them a lucrative investment to domestic homeowners.
3. Enhancements in the efficiency of renewable technologies.
Renewable technologies have developed significantly over the last decade into the products installed today. Higher outputs, reliability, durability and better aesthetics have made customers with reservations more inclined to make the switch. Customers now have the opportunity to choose a system that matches their demands and their budget, without the need to sacrifice looks.
4. Various government incentives available to domestic customers switching to a renewable alternative have transformed installations into a lucrative, long-term financial investment.
The Feed-in Tariff, available to homeowners installing solar PV, and the Renewable Heat Incentive, available on renewable heating alternatives, pays customers for the renewable energy generated by their system over a period of 20 years or seven years, respectively. These incentives, alongside savings made against energy bills, means renewable installs often pay themselves back within seven years.
For more detailed information on the Feed-in Tariff or Renewable Heat Incentive, visit our a ‘Renewable Incentives‘ page.
GreenGenUK has been helping domestic customers with their renewable installations since 2011 and has built up vast experience in the design, consultation and installation of domestic solutions.
All of GreenGenUK’s renewable installations are completely bespoke and designed to fit the needs of each individual customer, this enables us to design and specify the most efficient, financially viable solutions possible.
All projects begin with a free site survey that enables us to get a grasp of the job at hand, take all the specific information required to design the installation and answer any questions the customer may have.
GreenGenUK is fully MCS accredited in all the technologies we offer. Opting for an installation from an MCS accredited installer ensures customers are guaranteed the highest quality installations and that all systems meet the eligibility criteria required to receive government incentive.
GreenGenUK offer free surveys and quotations to all customers in the South West of England. We are also happy to offer advice and guidance to anybody considering switching to a renewable alternative.
For more information on the solutions GreenGenUK offer to homeowners, click the links at the top of this page
Fill out the enquiry form found at the bottom of this page or phone the office on 0800 093 3299 to speak directly to one of our renewable energy experts and how GreenGenUK can help you.