Microgeneration Ltd is fully accredited to meet all FiT and RHI requirements, enabling not for profit customers to benefit from an income stream from their installations.
Installing a microgeneration system can significantly reduce that community's impact on the environment.
For example, a typical community solar-powered water heating installation can reduce carbon emissions by up to half a tonne per housing unit.
A 40-apartment block could reduce its carbon emissions by up to 20 tonnes per year.
By sharing a microgeneration system between a number of users, the system cost per household is reduced and overall efficiency rates are often much greater.
Savings in terms of fossil fuel consumption can be significant. The UK is now a net importer of gas, and energy costs are set to rise to the levels of our European neighbours. As most of our electricity is produced by gas-fired power stations, the effects will also be felt in rising electricity costs.
Microgeneration solar thermal systems can provide up to 70% of a community's water heating requirements over the course of a year. Other microgeneration technologies, such as a biomass CHP system, could provide all the heat and light required for a community and excess electricity can be exported to the grid or sold to a neighbour, providing an additional revenue stream.
All of our systems are designed around your specific requirements; we understand that every building is different as are the hot water, heating and energy requirements of every family or community.
The products selected and supplied in our installations are of the highest quality and most require little or no maintenance.