Specialists in Solar PV, Solar Thermal Heating & Biomass BoilersBased in the North West on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border, DalesRenewablesdesign, supply and install high quality Biomass Heating Systems (pellet, chip & log batch), Solar Photovoltaic (electricity) and Solar Thermal (hot water). We also stock high quality Balcas Brites wood pellets for your biomass boiler or stove, to collect or be delivered.Solar heating and Biomass boiler systems can reduce your energy costs and earn you an income through the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the Feed in Tariff (FiT) schemes which are index linked for 20 Years, will in the main give you a payback on your capital of approximately three to six years, giving you a reduction on your fuel bills and a profit for the remaining duration of the tariff. These modern, efficient renewable energy systems can help you reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint while earning you an income. Our systems can be designed to suit your application from small, medium and large situations, we will work with you so that you have a system that suits your needs.
We specialise in domestic systems, as well as large systems for hotels, swimming pools, industrial, commercial, public sector and farming uses. We work to the highest standards currently available using only the best quality equipment. We are part of a locally based group of three companies including Dales Contracts Ltd (Building Contractors) and EcoDesign Architecture Ltd, all specialising in ecological construction and design, building to Passivhaus and the AECB Silver Standards.Phone or Email us for a FREE, no obligation site survey to confirm whether Biomass Heating, Solar PV or Solar Thermal are suitable for your home or business.
Registered Office: Croft House, Station Road, Barnoldswick, Lancashire, BB18 5NA. Company No. 6106617
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat. We launched the RHI in November 2011 with a scheme for the non-domestic sector that provides payments to industry, businesses and public sector organisations. We will be expanding the existing scheme to cover additional technologies and will also offer a domestic scheme for individual households from summer 2013. Domestic customers should read our guide on the Renewable Heat Premium Payment scheme for details of the householder voucher scheme that is currently available.The RHI pays participants of the scheme that generate and use renewable energy to heat their buildings. By increasing the generation of heat from renewable energy sources (instead of fossil fuels), the RHI helps the UK reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet targets for reducing climate change.
HM Government Consultation on Renewable Electricity Financial Incentives- July 2009The Energy Act 2008 paved the way for the introduction of a Feed In Tariff (FIT), a major financial incentive to buyers of wind turbines, so long as they are installed by a Microgeneration Certification Scheme accredited company (such as Green Generation).In addition to the proposed FIT payments, customers will also benefit from energy export, at a price of not less than 3p/kWh, and the free clean electricity they use. The electricity buying price at the moment is about 10p/kWh (though this will obviously vary).Green Generation expect a high demand for wind turbines, and encourage you to reserve your place in our installation schedule as soon as you can.Summary of the proposals made by DECC;·Schemes installed from the 15th July 2009 will qualify for FIT payments from April 2010. ·A fixed payment will be made for every kilowatt hour (kWh) generated with the rights to the power being with the turbine owner, so if consumed on site it offsets the cost of buying in electricity.·A guaranteed minimum payment additional to this (a payment of 3p/kWh is indicated in the document) for every kWh exported to the wider electricity market.·Receipt of the tariff will be linked to the ownership of the equipment therefore when a house is sold, the new owner will receive the payment.·It is proposed to allow generators to install different technologies on the same site, thus allowing them to benefit under the tariff schemes in their own right. ·Off-grid generators would receive a generation tariff and benefit from avoided fuel costs. ·Energy efficiency measures will not be a pre-requisite for the payment of FITs.·For independent information on feed-in-tariffs please see the REA web site ·here