Without the clean energy cashback incentive solar electricity would take about 40 years to pay back, equipment is only guaranteed for 25 years!
green energy centre
The Green Energy Centre provides you with a resource to
UNDERSTAND, MANAGE AND REDUCE YOUR ENERGY CONSUMPTION .
We are different because we act on your behalf, not to try to sell you a piece of equipment.
Not everyone has the expenditure to employ an energy manager, so we are your outsourced energy manager!
Whatever your business, give us a call and we’ll tell you how.
energy saving solutions for your home
A Home Energy Master Plan can help you identify the most cost effective building solutions to reduce your energy bills and make your home more cozy. You can then put your plans into action with our project management service.
Green energy solutions for your business
Your energy consumption is not going away, the best that you can do is to eradicate energy waste and to minimise the effects of cost increases.
We show you how to understand, manage and reduce your energy expenditure.
Your nearest centre
green energy centre is based locally, within your community. It is designed to give you - and people within your area a local place that will help you to find the information you need on how to save energy. Get great energy saving tips as well as a chance to learn more about energy saving products for you and your home or business. And because we work centrally with local suppliers and tradespeople, we advise you on the best way to plan and implement them. Enter your postcode or town above (in the "find my nearest green energy centre" search box) to discover your local centre. If there isn't a green energy centre close to you, then please contact us directly.
Get involved with green energy centre
green energy centre helps people to choose the right green energy solutions. We can help you to be right at the very heart of this growing market. We are looking for reliable local merchants and tradespeople with drive, enthusiasm and commitment. People who want to stand out from the competition, attract new customers and take advantage of this new and vast market. If that's you then click here to find out more...
News & Views
- Another Merchant takes the initiative and makes their commitment to increase profits and green credentials. They will be in a very advantageous position to increase savings and generate new business right now as well as be prepared for the Green Deal and renewables RHI domestic launch in Autumn 2012.
More and more commercial businesses are seeing the advantage of our holistic approach for energy consumption reduction and savings. We are producing case studies in various sectors showing 30 to 40% reductions and all within a 3 to 4 year payback. Contact us now to see if we have a case study in your sector.
- The Green Energy Centre Nottingham was officially opened on the 3rd of April 2012 by MP Mark Spencer and was quoted as saying:
“I am delighted to have been invited to the opening of the Green Energy Centre here in Nottingham. I have spoken since my election about the importance of Britain’s future fuel security and believe passionately that sustainable and renewable sources will play a vital role.
Renewables must however be for everyone and we must work together, Government and Industry, to make them relevant, reliable and ready for ordinary British households by informing consumers properly and showing them how they can save energy and money. That is why the Green Energy Centre’s opening is so exciting and important: using local advisors and local merchants to help local consumers make real savings in their homes.”
The 5th and 6th of October will be a future Anniversary date for the newest green energy centre showrooms now open within Builders Supply Company in Kendal and Ulverston.
The official opening ceremony was conducted in Kendal by local MP Tim Farron and in Ulverston, by Builders Supply Company Chairman Terry Hill. “Both days have been very very good” said Jamie Kilduff , the centres manager.
Both centres have received a high number of interests from domestic and commercial clients along with significant interest from local installers.
Be sure to call in to speak with our advisors soon.
From our blog
Well, "Another fine mess you have got me into" (Oliver Hardy) Two competing conferences, one week apart, and the BMF claiming (BMN April 2011) to be the only organisation interested in helping merchants enter the low carbon future? Is there any hope for us? Well yes, the BMJ Merchant Focus (April 2011) conversation expressed some of the challenges that lie ahead in this new energy efficient world