Installing High Efficiency Boilers at Rosemount Workspaces
131 Charles Street, Glasgow, G21 2QA
Rosemount Workspace is a high quality business space development, offering a wide range of unit sizes. The tree-lined, fully landscaped site has ample parking, and disabled access is provided throughout. Rosemount (Workspace) Limited is a subsidiary of Rosemount Development Trust Ltd.
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The renewable technology sector is now becoming fully established in UK following the growth patterns that have taken place in Europe and elsewhere in the world. Now is the time for organisations to consider applying the technologies to their buildings.
The introduction of Feed in Tariffs, and the Renewable Heat Incentive gives Rates of Return greater than 7%, and pay backs in as low as four years depending on the fuel being displaced.
Small & Medium Sized Enterprises including “Not for profit” organisations can apply to UK and Regional Devolved Governments to obtain low interest loans with repayment periods of up to 8 years. our skills include assisiting in setting up Energy Service Companies (ESCOs)
Over the past 5 years we have worked with Charities, Development Trusts, Voluntary Organisations, Local Authorities and Housing Associations helping to develop 55 renewable technology projects including identifying grants and donations covering 60% to 100% of the capital costs, to a gross project value of £4,737,210.
We have expertise in working on projects involving Biomass Heating including District Heating, Heat Pumps, Hydro, Solar PV, Solar Water & Space Heating, & Wind upto 500kW.
EVERY ORGANISATION CAN BENEFIT
FROM OUR EXPERTISE:
We can offer greater control over your energy and resource usage, be it for heating and lighting, processes and motors, refrigeration or water use. This allows flexibility in response to changing demands on use and the environmental conditions beyond management control. In practice these systems have proved simple to operate and allow the detailed monitoring of results.
There is a solution to fit every budget and requirement, from simple tamper resistant thermostats and motor controls, to centrally co-ordinated heating and lighting units that respond to occupancy and weather conditions.
Our service includes design, specification, tender control, project management of installation and commissioning of equipment, and post installation monitoring.
Over the past 30 years we have completed audits of over 500 domestic, commercial and industrial premises including Local Authorities, Housing associations, NHS, and MOD, for heating, lighting, refrigeration, processes and fabric insulation.
Our customers have included Abercorn Bowling Club, Balinakill Country House Hotel, Buccleuch Residential Home, R.W. Cairns Pub Chain, Clydebank Co-op, Coca-Cola Cadbury Schweppes Beverages, Compaq Ayr, Dennistoun Parish Church, Dunblane New Golf Club, Durham University, Hustler Snooker Club, Jordanhill School, Logitech, NACCO Materials Handling, Northumberland Council, Ramsays of Carluke, Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club, Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery, T.W. Scott Butchers, SEPA Ayr & Dumfries, Strathclyde Regional Council, Todd and Duncan Kinross, Weirs Pumps, and Yarrows (now BAE Systems).
The audit produces a detailed report which quantifies costs and identifies potential areas for energy savings using tried and tested technologies, and considers the application of renewable energy where applicable. Every Organisation Can Benefit From Our Expertise.
We are qualified also to survey and produce Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificates.
Most companies that use steam can make significant savings that go straight into the bottom line
For more information please contact us.
John Wheatley College is a Further Education Community College which operates in the East End of Glasgow and the Greater Easterhouse Areas. The College is a registered Scottish Charity and seeks to provide an excellent and inclusive lifelong learning environment for the communities it serves. The communities served by the College are characterised by high levels of deprivation and social exclusion. Continue reading
The group consists of the congregation of Bridge of Allan Parish Church of Scotland, which was formed by the union of two churches in Bridge of Allan, namely Holy Trinity Parish Church and Chalmers Church. This union necessitated an increase in capacity of hall accommodation for the increased size of the congregation and for the wider use of community groups.
An application was made to the S.C.H.R.I for help, in terms of funding, to make the use of renewable technologies possible in the build. A grant was approved by SCHRI for the sum of £18,826.40. Application was also made to SUST for funding and the sum of £4,500 was approved. Continue reading
This project was set up by pupils who were part of the Eco-schools group at Balfron High School. They wanted to look at getting a source of renewable energy for the school and also look into ways of making the school more energy efficient. Initially the S6 pupils approached SCHRI to find out about different options of renewable energy available. It was decided that wind turbines would be the most appropriate in this case. The application to SCHRI was for a grant towards the cost of two 6Kw Proven turbines. They were approved for £12,677.52. The project was started by the pupils and staff at Balfron High School and is now been overseen by Stirling Council Children’s Services who contributed £10,580.89 towards the costs. Children’s Services will also be responsible for the ongoing maintenance of the project. Continue reading
Bield Housing Association is a not for profit organisation and registered Charity which have been providing Housing for Older People since 1971. An SCHRI Application was submitted by Bield on 19th December 2005 to EST asking for a Grant contribution towards the cost of installing Ground Source Heat Pumps as part of our sustainability policy. A figure of £ 40,000.00 was requested with an Offer of Grant being awarded by EST at 36.12% of eligible costs, representing a maximum Grant of
£30,000.00. Continue reading