Microgeneration is ideal for local authorities, housing associations and commercial building contractors when providing renewable energy solutions for both existing and new housing stock aimed at the disabled and the elderly.
Microgeneration has been employed by one of the UK's leading builders of retirement apartments since March 2007. The first project was the supply and installation of solar collectors for 14 apartments at a development in Surrey.
Since that time, microgeneration has been deployed on a number of similar contracts from this retirement home builder. In each case, microgeneration was able to help the builder meet the Merton Rule requiring 10% on-site renewables.