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Glow Green

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GLOW GREEN IS RECOMMENDED BY FRIENDS AND FAMILY Glow Green received a lot recommendations – so much so that we introduced...
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CLEVER ENERGY BOILERS

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Clever Energy Boilers are part of the Green Deal Factory Limited based in Yorkshire. Our business has in depth experience ...
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Project Solar

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We are one of the biggest and most experienced installers in the UK. Life time and 25 year (25 year sunpower, lifetime Evo...
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EEC Solar

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EEC Solar is a National Solar PV installer that has been in business for over 28 years, we have fitted over 16,000 Renewa...
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Safeguard Installations

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We Design & install CCTV & Alarm solutions, install solar PV batteries & do PAT testing. Any electrical work considered.
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KDE

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ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING & HEATING, BATHROOM AND KITCHEN CONTRACTORS KDE Limited are experts in electrical, fire and security...

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25 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L19

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25 May

Heating | Ground Source Heatpumps

Liverpool - L24

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25 May

Solar Panels | Solar Hot Water

Liverpool - L24

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customer made an online enquiry for solar hot water and confirmed on telephone, sms and email they would like a call with a electrician to discuss prices.please call to arrange an appointment to quote...

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25 May

Solar Panel and Battery

Liverpool - L24

Enquiry from: Jim M

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25 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L17

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25 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L8

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25 May

Solar Panel and Battery

Liverpool - L24

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Liverpool - L26

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24 May

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Liverpool - L23

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Solar Panel and Battery

Liverpool - L31

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Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L27

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24 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L37

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23 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L12

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21 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L26

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20 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L13

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Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L23

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Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L11

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19 May

Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L17

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Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L37

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Customer made enquiry for Solar Electricity online. Customer confirmed via They live in the Liverpool area. Solar Panels Roof space available No shading to roof Please contact to discuss their optio...

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Solar Panels | Solar Electricity

Liverpool - L15

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How much do Renewable Energy Specialist services cost?

How much do Renewable Energy Specialists in Liverpool charge?

Prices for Renewable Energy Specialists around Liverpool can fluctuate relying on the kind of work that you want to have actually done in your home. It's the inquiry we get asked a great deal "how much do Renewable Energy Specialists in Liverpool charge?". It's definitely better to have an idea of how much a Renewable Energy Specialist are going to likely cost for their services. Rates will certainly rise and fall based upon the materials and the tradesperson selected. The list reveals the types of task that Renewable Energy Specialists generally do as well as the standard price variety of these tasks. Some projects take longer to finish than others so prices do differ by job.

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The average price
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£6,663

Renewable Energy Specialist job Renewable Energy Specialist cost in 2022
Solar panel in Liverpool £4,650-£7,130
Air source heat pump in Liverpool £6,625-£13,025
Solar thermal in Liverpool £3,000-£4,600
Ground source heat pumps in Liverpool £7,500-£11,500
Biomass boilers in Liverpool £7,500-£11,500
Micro chp boiler in Liverpool £3,750-£5,750
Solar battery in Liverpool £3,080-£5,390
Solar panels with battery in Liverpool £3,400-£5,100

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Renewable Energy Specialist FAQs

Do biomass boilers need lots of maintenance?

Biomass boilers do require some maintenance. Many manufacturers recommend servicing twice a year, although this is often included in the installation cost. Many systems have automatic fuel loading that removes the need to manually load fuel. You will need to remove the ash from the boiler, but this is as easy as emptying a vacuum cleaner.

how much does an air source heat pump cost?

Are you interested in installing an air source heat pump in your home or property? If yes, then you’d probably want to know just how much this is going to cost. Well, so are many other potential investors in the unit and we aim to answer this question once and for all. In this post, you’re going to discover the price range at which your new air source heat pump will fall in.

 

As simple as it seems, the cost of an air source heat pump can’t be accurate and straightforward as there are a number of factors that greatly influences the price. These influencing factors include the size of the heat pump, the system’s complexity, your personal preference - whether simple or advanced controls, and lots more. However, according to Energy Saving Trust, an air-to-water heat pump should fall within the range of £7000 to about £11000. What’s more? You’ll also need to put into consideration the cost of upgrading your radiators or fitting underfloor heating which can also cost you thousands of pounds.

 

In general, the main cost of a heat pump is the upfront cost of making a purchase as well as installing it. The heat pump will consume a little amount of electricity and the running costs are also relatively low. The amount your air source heat pump will cost largely depends on your home’s size, the temperature you want your home or property to be as well as how properly insulated your home is.

 

The period of time it’ll take to recoup your investment in the system in energy savings will also depend on a wide range of factors including the price you pay for electricity, how efficiently the system works, how you use the heat generated and more.

Can solar thermal panels provide enough hot water for my home?

Obviously the performance of a solar thermal system will vary depending on the location of the home, the insulation of the property, and your own hot water requirements. Solar thermal panels are capable of providing all of your hot water requirements from April to September. They will still make a contribution to your hot water needs for the rest of the year, but in general you will need a backup system to further heat the water in the colder months.

Do air source heat pumps save money?

Whether installing an air source heat pump will help you save money depends on your property, how long you expect to live there, and the type of heat pump you get.

Air source heat pumps are initially quite expensive to install. However, if you get an air-to-water air source heat pump, you’re eligible for money from the Renewable Heat Incentive [https://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/scotland/grants-loans/renewables/renewable-heat-incentive] (RHI). This is a UK government scheme that gives you quarterly cash payments over seven years if you install an eligible renewable heating technology (air-to-air air source heat pumps aren’t included).

All this means that if you have long-term plans to stay in your property, then an air-to-water air source heat pump can be a great way to save money on your heating bills. However, if you’re planning on moving out of your property relatively soon, or are a considering an air-to-air air source heat pump, it may not be the best financial option for you.

It’s important to remember that air source heat pumps are at their most efficient when installed in very well insulated properties. If your property’s not very energy efficient, you may find that a heat pump won’t help you save money.

Does a solar battery work in a power cut?

If you’re thinking of adding a solar battery to your home, you might be wondering whether or not it’s going to work in a power cut. If yes, then you’re not alone as this is one of the most common questions asked when it comes to solar batteries. In this post, we aim to provide you with a detailed answer to solve this concern once and for all.

The answer to this question is, it depends. The main reason why your solar batteries will usually not work or provide your home with the much-needed back up power is as a result of the several threats it poses. You should be aware that both your solar panels and battery are connected to the main grid. When a power cut occurs, your engineers will have to operate on the grid. If the solar panels or batteries are in operation at the period there’s a high chance the engineers would be electrocuted by the electricity that’s being produced. As a result of this, solar inverters are usually designed to automatically switch off once a power cut occurs. However, it should also be noted that if your solar battery possesses backup functionality, you’ll be able to make use of your solar energy in the event of a power cut. In other words, what determines if your home battery would work in a power cut is the availability or otherwise of a backup functionality.

Furthermore, you might also wish to know if your solar panels will continue to charge the battery in a power cut. Well, this depends on the type of backup system you possess. There are some more affordable batteries that are designed to automatically release their stored energy upon the detection of a power cut. And this is mostly because the battery inverter is usually smaller than the solar inverter which allows the energy from the solar inverter to the transmitted to the battery - risking an overload. However, if otherwise, then energy can continue to be transmitted to the battery until its fully charged.

how does an air source heat pump work?

Air source heat pumps work by taking heat from the air and using it to heat your home. They absorb heat from the air into a fluid, which then goes to a compressor where it gets hotter. This heat is then used to warm up water or air, which is distributed around your home.

First and foremost, you should know that heat pump is simply a device whose primary function is the transmission of thermal energy from one spot to the other. A good example can be found in the refrigerators whereby the evaporation as well as cooling of a liquid is incorporated to lower the storage compartment’s temperature. In recent times, this whole technology is utilized to draw the potential thermal energy present in the air outside and transmit it directly to the home or property where it’s going to be compressed and the heat transferred with the help of a number of coils. This is exactly what an air source heat pump does as it absorbs heat from the air and convert it into a higher temperature using a compressor. How the air source heat pump works is really simple, it’s just like a refrigerator but in reverse. Let’s take a look!

  • The air source heat pump extracts heat present in the outside air into a liquid refrigerant at a reduced temperature.
  • The pump then compresses the liquid to increase its temperature with the help of electricity. Once done, it then compresses it back to liquid so as to free the heat stored.
  • The heat released is then directed to the radiators or under floor heating, while the ones left would be stored in the hot water cylinder.
  • The hot water that’s stored can be used for showers, baths as well as taps.

Overall, the air source heat pump is an efficient way to make your home warm. It makes use of electricity to function, but it should consume lower electrical energy than the heat it generates.

Are solar panel batteries worth it?

Whether solar panel batteries are worth it depends on how much you’re at home and how big your solar panel system is. If you’re at home most of the day and your solar panels only generate enough electricity for you to use while for that day, then a battery probably isn’t worth investing in. However, if you have a large system that generates more than you can use or you’re out most of the day, then solar panel batteries are definitely worth it.

A solar battery storage system works by storing the electricity that your solar panels generated until you need to use it. That’s why they’re great for people that are out all day – your solar panels generate electricity all day whilst the sun’s out, but no one’s home so you’re using minimal energy except for things like your fridge and any appliances on standby. Most of the electricity charges your solar panel battery. Then, when you get home, your battery will discharge, and you’ll use all the solar electricity that your panels generated during the day.

Solar batteries are also excellent for people with large solar panel systems that generate more than they use in the day. Any electricity that you don’t use during the day will charge the battery, so in the evening when the sun goes down, you’ll just use the excess electricity that’s stored in the battery.

To work out whether solar panel batteries are worth it for you, you’ll need to work out how much of your solar electricity you’re using already. If you’re at home and you’re able to run your appliances all while your solar panels are generating electricity, a battery might not be worth it. Also, if you’re receiving export payments from the Feed-in Tariff Scheme (FITs) or the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), you might want to look at the rate you’re getting paid. If it’s a good rate, it might be more cost-effective to continue exporting unused electricity to the grid. Speak to an MCS-registered installer that will be able to help you work this out.

what are solar panels made of?

Solar cells , also referred to as photovoltaic cells (PV), absorbs energy from the sun and converts it to generate electricity. This, however, should not be confused with photovoltaic thermal cells or PVT which operates to generate heat for water in homes. Solar cells are linked electrically and also carefully organized into a large frame which is popularly called solar panels. Generally, solar cells are produced or made of silicon semi conductors which works to absorb sunlight and then turn it into electricity for use at a home. A solar panel comprises of either 60 or 72 solar cells which are electrically interconnected in series and parallel and also positioned in between glass and plastic which is then framed.

At present, solar panels incorporated for residential or domestic purposes only possesses the capacity to make use of only about 20 percent of the sunlight they’re able to absorb and convert it to electricity - also called solar efficiency. Available in the market are also a wide range of solar cell available for both industrial and commercial purposes. This type of solar panels have an efficiency rating of about 40 percent which will also automatically make them more costly than the domestic types.

One great thing about the solar industry is the fact that it keeps improving in such a way that raises both its efficiency as well as overall quality. And with further research and development, this is expected to even increase as the years go by. What’s more? As these aspects keep rising, it’s also expected that the solar panels price should be on a decrease. That way, they’ll become available to a wider range of individuals who’ll also like to save money on electricity bills and go greener.

Renewable Energy Specialist help and advice

Smart Export Guarantee: Everything you Need to Know Published: 08/07/2019 Weighing up installing solar panels? Or looking for the best way to benefit from your new PV solar panel system? The government are currently confirming details of the Smart Export Guarantee – a system to help you get financial reward for exporting renewable energy to the national grid. This is on top of the savings […] Read this article
Maximise your Solar Panels with a Solar Battery Published: 21/06/2019 Did you know that in just one hour the sun radiates more energy than the whole world uses in a year? That’s free energy that the vast majority of us are missing out on, but solar battery storage systems are changing the game! Most of us know that solar panels save you money on your […] Read this article
4 Steps to Getting the Best Solar Panels on the Market Published: 19/04/2019 If you’re thinking about investing in solar PV, it’s important to make sure that you get the best solar panels for you and your home. This includes picking the right manufacturer, type of panel and installer. Installing solar panels can be quite a big investment, so it’s worth taking the time to get it right. […] Read this article

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