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Renewable energy feasibility studies



In order to find which low/zero carbon (LZC) energy source is most appropriate for an area of land, a renewable energy feasibility study needs to be undertaken. LZC energy sources predominantly include solar, water, wind, biomass, combined heat and power, community heating and heat pumps, although other forms may be applicable. The feasibility study aims to provide the client with a comprehensive breakdown of which LZC resources are most appropriate. The financial payback and energy return on energy investment will be documented. The feasibility study will also include planning requirements and any available grants which may be applicable.

A feasibility study has the added benefit of being worth credits for both BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes assessments.

Reegen can guide you through the process of a feasibility study. Please contact us for more information.


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