From the moment I reached out to them, I was impressed with their professionalism and attention to detail.
Their team of experts was knowledgeable and helped me identify the possibilities open to me and how they would impact my business. They provided me with a tailored solution that met my requirements, and their customer service was excellent throughout the entire process.
The product installation they delivered exceeded my expectations, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. Their work has helped me significantly reduce my energy costs and has been instrumental in improving my profitability.
Overall, I highly recommend Powerhug for anyone looking to reduce their operating costs. Their dedication to customer satisfaction and their expertise make them a top choice in the industry.
David Charman, Director – Parkfoot Garages
Solar energy is one of the cheapest forms of energy. When light shines on the panels, electricity is created, even on a cloudy day. Your electricity cost will reduce from day one.
You will also reduce your carbon footprint, the average installation can save around one ton of carbon each year, which is good for your company’s environmental credentials.
Increasingly, companies are choosing to complement their Solar installation with battery storage as it can improve the performance by capturing surplus electricity and saving it, so it can be used later.
A battery will reduce your energy costs even further as there is less need to buy power from the grid.
If your company uses a lot of water, then you will stand to gain from installing a solar thermal system. These systems are suitable for wide range of businesses including agriculture, hospitality and leisure as well as being ideal for new build properties.
Solar thermal can be integrated to work in conjunction with other renewable means of heat or electricity generation. It could generate a large proportion of your hot water requirements, providing large savings for your business.
Heat pumps provide increased efficiency, even in the most demanding of commercial environments. They can save up to 60% over standard heating systems.
Heat pumps are very reliable with no loss of efficiency over their lifespan, compared to a conventional boiler which can lose up to 2% per year.
When heat pumps are coupled to solar panels, heating systems can become carbon neutral, which is ideal for businesses that must adhere to stringent energy guidelines.