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Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies

Increasingly, designers of all buildings, whether single or multiple dwellings, commercial offices or public buildings, are seeking to generate some of their energy on-site through renewable techniques.

For some, they are bound by legislation such as the Merton Rule. Others are obliged to do the same through Code for Sustainable Homes or BREEAM requirements.

There are various ways of generating renewable energy. Wind turbines, photovoltaic panels (PV), solar thermal, ground and air source heat pumps, biomass boilers, CHP, fuel cells; the options are widespread as to what method you should choose.

Phlorum analyse all the issues impacting on energy consumption within your building, whether in design or as-built, and calculate the most appropriate and cost-efficient method of producing renewable energy.

Recommendations and calculations are based on rigorous energy simulation assessment and expert knowledge.

Each method of microgeneration should be circumstance specific, as no one technique will be suitable for every building. Issues such as the size and location of the building, occupational patterns, energy demand, design and construction will combine to determine which is the best energy source.