Providing your home or working environment with electricity and hot water can be an expensive business.
Instead of buying all your energy from suppliers, you can install renewable technology to generate your own, and even sell your surplus for a profit.
Renewable sources of energy, such as solar panels and wind turbines, use less fossil fuel, reducing your carbon footprint and lowering your fuel bills.
With government financial incentives now available, now is the perfect time to consider The Low Carbon Energy Company.
The Low Carbon Energy Company is a specialist in heating, lighting, and energy surveys, and its experts can advise you on which renewable technology will be best for your property – ensuring that it complements your existing systems.
This includes independent advice on reducing energy bills and installing the technology, which will do its job most efficiently.
The Low Carbon Energy Company is the UK’s largest renewable energy, heating specialists, with a network of fully trained specialists throughout the country.
The company’s strategic installation partner, The Low Carbon Energy Company, has among the highest qualified and experienced engineers operating in the UK today.
Over the last 5 years The Low Carbon Energy Company has forged strong commercial links with suppliers.
This continued loyalty has resulted in the company being able to negotiate the very best prices, passing these savings on to customers.
When dealing with The Low Carbon Energy Company you can be confident that you are working with an established, well-known and trusted national brand.
As a pioneer of innovative, energy efficient solutions, The Low Carbon Energy Company has long-standing expertise offering cost-effective, high quality heating and renewable technology solutions.
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The Low Carbon Energy Company Designed and built this bespoke 50KWP roof mounted solar system on a new build barn at Shordley Hall Farm near Wrexham North Wales.
Electric lighting burns up to 25% of the average home energy budget.
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