Energy Saving Solution
SGS Energy was established in 2010 to design, supply and install solar panel systems in homes across the south east of England.
As our business grew and being focused on renewables we expanded our business to include Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps and developed a partnership with Daikin and Mitsubishi, world leaders in air conditioning systems; becoming fully trained in their products providing us with the knowledge to oversee installations for our clients ensuring that the system we provide is the correct and most suitable one for their property.
Confident With Our Skills
We are MCS, NAPIT, RECC and Gas Safe accredited providing our clients with the confidence that we have the necessary skills to see the system through the design process to installation, commissioning and the registering with MCS to ensure that they can qualify for tariff payments from the Renewable Heat Incentive.
Air Source Heat Pumps use well established technology and are constantly being improved and they represent one of the most important sources of alternative energy for business and households.
Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) use pipes which are buried in the earth to extract heat from the ground.
Mechanical Ventilation With Heat Recovery
Poor air quality is a growing problem, Nuaire’s unique paper core helps overcome this by efficiently recovering heat from rejected, stale air to heat or cool incoming fresh air.
A positive input ventilation unit is an extremely low cost dampness and mold in your home.
Warm water underfloor heating is a highly effective and efficient method of heating that is suitable for a wide range of projects, whether a new built property, renovation or single area.
Renewable Heat Incentive
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat.
SGS Energy have been supplying and fitting Gas Boilers for many years and during the time have seen them become significantly more efficient and user friendly.
Solar PV &
One of the pitfalls of installing a Solar PV array was that often you couldn’t use the maximum amount of electrical energy you were generating, which was usually in the middle of the day.
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