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The term renewable energy refers to any form of power generation deriving from natural or sustainable sources, such as solar power, wind power, rainwater harvesting, heat pumps and biomass fuel. The technologies available today can harness natural sources or convert waste products into fuel to produce heat for space and water heating or generate electricity.
KM Renewable Energy works closely with innovative companies to bring you the most advanced and efficient products at affordable prices.
In the majority of cases, renewable energy systems have lower running costs compared to conventional systems, particularly when compared to electric storage, LPG and oil fueled appliances typical in off-grid properties.
Evidence suggests that installing renewable energy systems alongside other energy efficiency measures will increase the relative value of your property and future proof it against volatile fossil fuel prices.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), Feed-in Tariffs (FITs), Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA), and Renewable Heat Premium Package (RHPP) may contribute to, or exceed the capital cost of a renewable energy system. Higher output systems will even generate a significant return on investment. For more information on funding please click here.
Good air quality is essential for our health, quality of life and the environment. The main causes of air pollution result from human activities and include transport, domestic combustion and industrial processes. Burning fossil fuels such as coal and oil, release what are known as greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. These gases include carbon dioxide (CO2), methane and nitrogen. According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 2009, the UK emitted 66 million tonnes of CO2 from households and 140 million tonnes from manufacturing industries.
The high level of greenhouse gases, particularly CO2, in the atmosphere is contributing towards global warming, which can have a harmful effect on the health of humans, animals and plants. In the UK, this warming effect is shown by warmer, wetter winters and hotter summers with an increased threat of floods and droughts. The Government acknowledges the need to reduce the impact of carbon pollutants on the environment and has set targets contained in law to reduce carbon emissions by 2050.
KM Renewable Energy is happy to discuss ways to help you to reduce carbon emissions, use water more sustainably and save money on energy bills. For examples and full details on specific technologies refer to our products section.
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