For one school in particular this has been a significant issue this year. In September last year the Bursar at Lucton School in Herefordshire asked us for a feasibility study on the merits of installing a biomass system on his estate.
ReEnergise Finance has had a busy summer with two transactions in particular placing our Lease Finance offer competitively at the forefront of the 3rd-party finance market.
At the 2017 ISBA conference in May we collected data from 53 schools on their annual energy costs. The purpose of this exercise was to establish benchmarks on energy usage per pupil, taking account of fundamental differences such as boarding/day, or percentage of boarding.
Ofgem have confirmed that the new tariff for Biomass has now been implemented.
Predicting what energy markets will do is no easier than predicting any other commodity. Indeed, simply working out what the price of energy has been in the past is difficult, because there is so much data available, presented in so many different ways, to suit so many differing vested interests.
ReEnergise has been appointed to install a Ground Source Heat Pump system for the new Arts Centre at Sherborne Girls. Work has begun with the installation of the borehole array.
Have you ever stood on the side of a busy motorway or dual carriageway and felt the buffeting as traffic whizzes past?
Windy isn’t it?
Well, scientists working for the BEIS have come up with a proposal to harness this free energy, and it’s got legs…
We’re delighted to report that ReEnergise has been awarded RHI Installer of the Year for South East England.
ReEnergise Finance has recently completed the financing of a Turbine on the Isle of Harris
Jack Marriner’s Tesla parked itself silently in his allotted space, outside the Bursary at Fandangle Hall School. As he got out he had that sense that today was going to be no ordinary day.