GW Renewable Technologies specialise in the installation of a wide range of products for the production of renewable energy in Somerset, Taunton and a number of surrounding areas.
GW Renewable Technologies is MCS Accredited in solar PV, heat pumps & solar thermal, allowing our customers to benefit from government incentives such as the Feed In Tariff, Green Deal & proposed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
We have been installing renewable energy solutions for local authorities, house builders, private customers, housing associations and a number of multi-national and national retail outlets for many years.
Our installers have extensive experience and are fully qualified in a wide range of sustainable energy products which has given us an enviable reputation in the industry.
See below a link to some of the installations we have carried out recently... Please click here to see a map of installations.
What is Renewable Energy?
Renewable energy is energy which is generated from naturally occurring resources such as sunlight, water and wind. This type of energy is also known as 'green power' or 'clean energy' as it doesn't pollute the water or atmosphere. Here at GW Renewable, we supply and install a range of solutions for sustainable energy in Somerset, Taunton, Dorset and many other surrounding local areas.
How am I able to use it in my house?
Solar panels are one of the most popular renewable energy solutions as they use the suns energy to heat fluid inside the panel. This special fluid travels to a hot water cylinder to heat up the stored hot water. Depending on the amount of solar panels used and the size of a cylinder, this form of renewable energy can be used for heating and hot water or just hot water.
Heat pumps provide heating for a building by transferring air or water into the building and heat from the ground. These systems are able to work at maximum capacity in temperatures as low as -5C which means the heating won't be affected by the temperature outside. Using ground source heat pumps or air source heat pumps could save about £300 to £1000 on heating bills a year and depending which fuel is replaced about 2 to 7.5 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year.