Living out in the countryside and being reliant on oil George Andrews wanted reduce the running costs of his home. His focus was to stop using oil to heat his water.
Installing a Thermodynamic heating system has enable George to reduce is overall oil use considerably now that 100% of his hot water is being produced by thermodynamics.
I instantly knew when I met the representative from Forever Green that he was the most knowledgeable.
In the end, he sat with us for an hour and a half explaining everything; he was obviously incredibly clued-up on the subject and didn’t once try to push us towards making a decision. We loved his no ‘hard-sell’ approach and instantly knew that Forever Green were the right company for us.
Sophie Hunt was no stranger to the idea of using solar panels to generate her own energy and reduce her energy bills. Despite having defective solar film panels on her previous property, Sophie wasn’t deterred from finding an effective renewable energy solution for her home.
For software architect, Russ Freeman, the rising cost of his electricity bill and the idea of becoming greener were the incentives he needed to install solar panels on the roof of his house. Six months on and he’s reaping the rewards.
With the financial incentives being cut, does investing in solar still make sense?
Reading the headlines, you would be forgiven for thinking the heyday of solar had come to an end. But for people like Keith Jones, who farms beef cattle and arable crops on the banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire, the financial incentives are only half the story.