. We have a dedicated team providing consultancy to businesses and organisations with an interest in reducing their energy costs and their carbon footprint through renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Many organisations, estate and corporate property landowners are looking for new ways to reduce their energy bills and are considering using renewable energy to achieve this. Our experienced team can help you by advising which low carbon and renewable technology you could implement on your land or property to improve commercial efficiency and minimise fuel or running costs.
Our independent status means we are not tied to one specific technology or product and can be relied upon to offer impartial advice.
SgurrEnergy's expertise encompasses microgeneration and building integrated renewable energy technologies as well as energy efficiency. We provide renewable energy audits, resource assessments, technology advice and carbon reduction strategies to a range of clients, including commercial developers, facility managers, landowners, architects, housing associations, universities, planners and local government.
These services include:
• Renewable energy feasibility studies of specific sites, with a view to providing guidance on the suitability of investment in renewable energy
• Planning and design of renewable energy systems, including the specification of equipment
• Project manager or technical advisor to the client working as part of a design team alongside architects and building services engineers
SgurrEnergy can offer help and advice at all stages of a project incorporating renewable energy into the built environment. Our proven track record in the fields of resource assessment and technology specification makes us ideal companions from project inception to completion and work includes:
• New build carbon reduction strategies
• Feasibility studies
• Role of technical advisor
• Project manager
• Energy auditing of existing buildings
UK legislation also now increasingly requires developers to fully explore the opportunities for incorporating embedded low carbon and renewable energy technologies as part of a development's planning application process. This requirement has been driven nationally through the tightening of the Building Regulations and the introduction of policies such as PPS22 and SPP6. This has in turn resulted in a widespread adoption of Merton Rule type policies by individual councils.
Renewable energy opportunity audits are a core service we offer to those clients who wish to make use of some form of renewable energy technology at their site or premises. This work constitutes a starting point for the investigation of alternative sources of energy onsite and in many cases is used as a strategy document by the client.
As part of our investigation we consider the use of all principal forms of renewable and low carbon technologies, examine the constraints affecting their use and assess their suitability in terms of matching the needs of the client and contributing to existing demand. This approach allows us to outline what we believe will and will not work on a project from a technical perspective. If you are interested in conducting a renewable energy audit on your commercial premises or project, contact the team for more information.
Please contact us for more details. We would be happy to speak with you about your requirements.
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