Discover the Energy for Education scheme from Earth Elements
Industry: Environmental Services
Earth Elements specialise in working with certain not-for-profit organisations as part of a scheme known as ‘Energy for Education’
UK (PRUnderground) June 27th, 2012
Earth Elements are a company that specialise in providing renewable energy facilities such as heat pumps and wind turbines across the country. As well as carrying out installations for both domestic and commercial properties, we also specialise in working with certain not-for-profit organisations as part of a scheme known as ‘Energy for Education’.
This popular and great value project was created with the aim of giving the most deserving of groups the opportunity to play their part in the green revolution and make some significant savings to their own running costs. The way it works is by allowing the groups in question to benefit from all the latest renewable technologies without having to pay the same initial rates of capital investment as other private companies or homes. Instead, you will have the option of paying back this cost over a period of as long as 12 years, through the money already being saved in reduced energy bills and Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) contributions.
To put Energy for Education into perspective, it is estimated that a typical system which is linked to the scheme could lead to savings of more than £132,000 even after all of the investment costs have been paid off.
A respected supplier of solar panels in Devon and throughout the UK, Earth Elements are leading the way in green technology with the Energy for Education programme, which also features full customer support and maintenance, excellent warranties, and a number of National Curriculum lesson plans.
About Earth Elements
Earth Elements are national providers of renewable energy technologies, installing solar panels, wind turbines, heat pumps and a range of other sophisticated systems into both commercial and domestic premises. Our products have been designed to help both lower consumer costs and make the UK a more sustainable and environmentally friendly place to live.