Harness the power of domestic hydro energy with Earth Elements
Industry: Environmental Services
Earth Elements provide small scale hydropower systems that can efficiently and effectively convert water into electricity from no more than a stream.
UK (PRUnderground) May 29th, 2012
Hydro energy, otherwise known as hydroelectricity, is usually associated with giant dams which take up huge amounts of space and create incredible volumes of alternative fuel in countries like China and Brazil. Recently, however, improvements in the technology behind generators and small turbines have meant that this form of renewable energy is now more easily accessible for small businesses and even family homes.
Earth Elements provide small scale hydropower systems that can efficiently and effectively convert water into electricity from no more than a stream. As with our solar panels in Devon, the Earth Elements hydro energy products are installed by accredited Microgeneration Certification Scheme professionals, meaning that going through us will ensure your system is eligible for the Feed-in-Tariff scheme.
Hydroelectricity is now the world’s most commonly used source of alternative fuel, with dams and other such systems accounting for 16 per cent of all electricity consumption. Now, with the technology behind it moving more and more into everyday households, the time has never been better to take advantage of this rapidly expanding industry.
From LED lighting to heat pumps, Earth Elements offer a range of renewable energy solutions which owners of both domestic and commercial properties can make the most of. To find out more about the many financial and environmental benefits of installing your own source of alternative fuel, get in touch with the Earth Elements team today.
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.