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Zero Carbon Technologies

Absorption cooling

Absorption cooling is a method that uses heat instead of electricity to produce a cooling load. It is applicable mainly to commercial and industrial buildings and there are many absorption chillers in the UK.

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Biomass

Biomass is an alternative solid fuel to the conventional fossil fuels and has an impact on carbon emissions that is close to neutral or zero. Different types of biomass fuel are in use, the most common being the woody biomass, which includes forest residues such as tree thinning, and energy crops such as willow short rotation coppice.

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CHP (Micro-CHP)

Small combined heat and power (CHP) systems are now becoming available for individual houses, block of houses and small non-domestic premises. CHP at the large commercial size is now common in premises which have a simultaneous demand for
heating and electricity for long periods, such as hospitals, recreational centres, hotels and nurseries.

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Ground cooling

Ground cooling uses the relatively constant ground temperature to provide summertime cooling through ground heat exchangers. These heat exchangers could either be air-to-ground or water-to-ground (aquifer)

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Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP)

Ground source heat pump (GSHP) technology is already widely used in America and several European countries. Diverse applications include space heating, water heating, heat recovery, space cooling and dehumidification in both the residential and commercial building sectors.

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Photovoltaics (PVs)

Photovoltaic modules convert sunlight directly into DC electricity and can be transformed into AC electricity. Photovoltaics (PVs) are distinct from other renewable energy technologies since they have no moving parts to be maintained and are silent. PV systems can be incorporated into buildings in various ways: on sloped roofs and flat roofs, in façades, atria and shading devices.

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Solar hot water

Solar thermal and, especially, active Solar Domestic Hot Water (SDHW) heating is a well-established renewable energy system. It can be one of the most cost-effective renewable energy systems available.

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Wind energy technology

Wind power is the most successful and fastest spreading renewable energy technology in the UK with a number of individual and group installations of varying size, capacity and location. Traditionally, turbines are installed in non-urban areas with a strong trend for large offshore wind farms. In parallel with the design and development of ever-bigger machines, which are deemed to be more efficient and cost-effective, it is being increasingly recognized that smaller devices installed at the point of use, i.e. urban settings, can play an important role in reducing carbon emissions if they become mainstream.

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Future BY Energy Ltd is a professional energy assessor company with a rich understanding of the UK energy market. We offer independent professional expertise in mechanical engineering for all domestic and commercial buildings and strategic energy advice. As expert designers and specifiers of heating-cooling systems, we pride ourselves in finding affordable energy efficient solutions for new and existing buildings. We have top level experience in a wide range of building types in both commercial and domestic sectors.
As registered energy assessors we provide:

• Domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
• SAP calculation and predicted energy assessment for new built dwellings (EPC-SAP/PartL)
• SBEM calculation for Commercial buildings (SBEM/Part L)
• Commercial Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
• Display Energy Certificates for Public buildings (DEC)
• Air Conditioning Inspections (TM44)
• Asbestos surveys and consultancy
• Air permeability-Leakage test
• Sound test and acoustic consultancy

Please do not hesitate to contact, Behdad Yazdani, on 02081440820, who will be pleased to advise you.