Fossil fuels are overloading the air with greenhouse gases, which are having an alarmingly damaging effect on our planet.
Sea levels are rising, ice caps are melting and temperatures are soaring. The climate crisis is real, and we need to do all we can to cut down the effects of global warming.
This is where renewable energy comes in, a cleaner, more sustainable and recyclable means of powering our homes.
Saving the planet feels good, so why not join us by using more natural means of powering your home!
“Every year in the UK, it’s estimated that the equivalent of 40,000 early deaths can be linked to breathing in polluted air,” according to British Lung Foundation (2022).
Meanwhile, it is also reported that a number of hospitals are in areas where 'air pollution is above the World Health Organisation's limit'.
Not only are fossil fuels and global warming damaging our wildlife and environment, they could also be affecting our health.
Renewable energy sources such as wind power, solar panels and heat pumps, on the other hand, are much more natural, and therefore ensure cleaner air.
It is widely reported that the amount of energy we can pull from fossil fuels is finite.
Renewable energy is a whole different story, though.
As the name suggests, renewable energy produces a vast supply of power, with the Earth’s resources able to consistently top up the tank.
In fact, solar, wind, biomass and hydroelectric power is already generating 50% of Germany's output, while Costa Rica recently went 300 days on renewable energy (2022).
While the initial investment in renewable energy sources may be a considered purchase , the truth of the matter is that, in the long run, it will save you money.
The moment you start consuming your own energy – which is effectively endless and recyclable – you will have more disposable income in your bank account at the end of each month.
Fed up of paying for power from the grid? Why not use your own power supply and gain control?
Our green products, enable you to reduce your reliance on the national grid and instead focus on maximising the energy generated from your solar panels, allowing you to heat your home and water through your air source heat pump.