Installation Date:

October 2015

Location:

Whitchurch, Shropshire

Product:

Solar Thermal

Property Type:

Domestic, Retrofit

In the Autumn of 2015, Mr Reeves made contact with Hero Renewables as he was looking for a more sustainable way to create hot water for his home in Whitchurch. Mr Reeves left his contact information on one of our product pages online, where our team then called him to speak about the available options for his property. Once he was assigned a dedicated project manager, a survey was booked on the property at the end of September.

After visiting the property, our team calculated that a Solar Thermal system compromised of 2 Flat Plates TEFP Solar Thermal Panels that would situate on the roof of the property and would be perfect for the home. Mr Reeves agreed for the project to go forward and our team got to work on the property in Mid-October of 2015.

Once we installed, tested and commissioned Mr Reeves Solar Thermal system, he was on his way to generating hot water for his home through the use of renewable energy.

Hero Renewables are an MCS accredited installer, and all our systems are designed and installed to MCS standards meaning your Solar Thermal installation will be eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive. The RHI pays you quarterly for using your Solar Thermal System for 7 years if you are a domestic customer and 20 years if you are a commercial customer.

What Are The Advantages Of Solar Thermal?

The main benefit of Solar thermal panels is that they lower the non-renewable energy required to heat the water and replacing it with free, renewable sunlight, solar thermal technology can provide numerous benefits to the owner.

This is because the lowered demand for fossil fuels provide the energy to heat hot water, meaning your utility bills are slashed. Plus, giving you the reassurance that you are lowering your homes carbon emissions to reduce your carbon footprint.

Fill in the quick call-back form at the bottom of the page to speak to one of our team members now to take your first steps into the renewable world.