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Green Energy.

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Green Energy, & Renewable Energy Systems

And Why?

A renewable energy system converts the energy found in sunlight, wind, falling water, waves, geothermal heat, or biomass into a form we can use, such as heat or electricity. Historically, renewable energy was used exclusively as man's energy source until coal was first used in the 13th century, oil in the end of the 19th century and uranium in the middle of the 20th century.
Using renewable sources of energy promotes sustainable living and, except for burning biomass, is virtually pollution free.



Case Electrical Services Can Make It Happen for You.

When you first have the idea to go green, how do you make this come true.
Case Electrical Services can take your ideas and make them a reality.

With our Solar and Wind packages,
We will Project Manage all aspects, from the Design to Installation and Completion.

  • Installing the collecting devices (Solar or Wind).
  • Then connecting these to the electrical systems of your home or business.
  • We can connect you to the National Grid to sell back the excess energy you produce.

Grants are available from the government to install renewable energy systems.

Wind power and solar power are complementary in the sense that when a wind resource is not available, sunshine often is.  If both resources are available, then a hybrid system is the more economical approach.  A hybrid system uses fewer batteries and the battery bank is cycled less, which results in longer battery lifetimes and lower costs.

Offset your carbon dioxide emissions

As building regulations become more stringent, emphasising requirements for reduced carbon dioxide emissions from buildings, a correctly and appropriately installed solar PV system can provide an effective solution; for every 1kWh of electricity generated, 0.43 kilograms of carbon dioxide is offset. Additionally, for every 1 kilowatt peak (kWp) of PV installed, annual carbon dioxide emissions could be reduced by as much as 0.33 tonnes.