Every hour the sun radiates enough heat to satisfy global energy needs for an entire year. It’s pollution and noise-free.
Solar PV harnesses and uses this energy, but even then, we’re currently only producing less than one tenth of one percent of global energy demand.
The UK has significant solar and thermal resources. PV panels can generate renewable energy for on-site use or export to the grid even when the sky is overcast.
Solar PV panels provide a healthy return on investment and, as the technology becomes cheaper while oil, gas and electricity prices rise, they save money on mains energy.
They turn dead roofspace into income, reducing energy bills, cutting carbon emission and providing a hedge against rising power prices.
Energy Efficiency is at the heart of the Government’s approach to tackling climate change and ensuring safe, secure and affordable energy supplies.
Regenerco can help businesses to identify ways to reduce energy consumption by using on-site energy surveys, through to project management and implementation of schemes.
A typical business wastes 20% of its energy costs through inefficient building design or equipment.
We can identify where savings can be made, for example by insulating buildings or by replacing roofs or walls with energy efficient panels, which can slash energy bills by 60%.
Regenerco Power funds all of its clients’ energy saving planning and installation, so there are no upfront costs.
Businesses simply pay for the latest energy saving products and systems we install, funded out of the energy savings. From the start, customers know how much money the project will cost and how long it will take to repay. At the end of the agreement, the assets are transferred to the customer.
Combined Heat & Power - or cogeneration - employs a single on-site power source for both heat and light.
Typically a gas engine provides hot water and powers a generator which delivers the electricity. Any waste heat is captured and used. The power generation is more efficient, so more energy is saved and usable.
With power supplied from a remote power station, there are significant losses both in waste heat and transmission en route to the appliance. With generation on-site, CHP operates more efficiently.
By 2018, every new building in the UK will need to reach BREEAM environmental performance standards before it is let to a third party.
Regenerco Power can manage the extra cost of building BREEAM compliant buildings by taking over the installation and management of compliant materials and systems on clients’ behalf, liberating the building industry from this expensive obligation.
Anaerobic Digestion (AD) is the harnessing of natural biological processes to produce renewable methane, which can then produce electricity and heat.
Almost any biomass can be processed, including energy crops, crop residues, slurry, manure and food waste - from homes, supermarkets, industry and farms - which means less waste goes into landfill.
Supported by a comprehensive supply chain and partner network,
Regenerco Power is delivering more large-scale waste AD plants than anyone else in the UK.
We deliver competitive quality AD infrastructure with low whole life costs.
Biomass most often refers to fuel composed of organic matter such as timber and crops. The carbon dioxide absorbed during growth balances the carbon emissions during burning - in short, this is a carbon neutral heating option.
The UK biomass sector could expand without detrimental effects on food supplies or the environment. Biomass energy is renewable and can dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared with fossil fuels. It is also very cost effective.
Biomass can be used from small sub-200kW units for retirement homes and micro-generation plants to large generating plants that can help major industry and power producers.
We provide cost-effective, leading edge renewable energy and energy efficient solutions to help customers reduce their costs.
Our integrated renewable energy solution comprises:
We also help customers to reduce their carbon footprint and meet the renewable energy targets set by the Government.