At MSE, we offer a host of options when it comes to renewable energy installation, including solar thermal, Daikin Altherma Air Source Heat Pumps and Energy Saving Lighting. We are one of the country’s most trusted renewable energy contractors and are ready to hear from you right now if you wish to learn more about our thermal renewable energy solutions including solar, heat pumps and lighting.
Our solar thermal systems
Solar thermal systems are designed to take heat from the sun and use it to heat water for your home or commercial premises. The panels on your roof act as a collector, absorbing the sun’s heat. The water in the panels than heats up and the hot water is pumped through a coil in the cylinder. To be effective, solar panels need to face south. Whilst most panels are mounted on your roof, you can opt to mount them at ground level if you wish to or if root-mounting is not possible. They will need access to direct sunlight and will need to be between 20 and 50 degrees from horizontal. You will need a two-coil cylinder large enough to store two days of hot water and will benefit greatly from solar thermal if you regular take baths rather than electric showers. If you do have a combi boiler, make sure it accepts pre-heated water. In any case, you can talk to us today if you have any questions about your home or commercial premises’ suitability for solar thermal.
Can help you save a great deal of money on your bills whilst helping you make a valuable contribution to the world around you. Innovative Daikin Altherma Air Source Heat Pumps Daikin Altherma Air Source Heat Pumps can replace conventional fossil fuel boilers and can be up to five times more energy-efficient. The pump is designed for vented and unvented systems and is suitable for homes as well as some commercial environments. The heat pumps take heat from the air outside and sends it to the heat exchanger inside. The sun can cater for up to 70% of hot water requirements and can even help you obtain hot water for free on overcast days. The system has an electrical back-up heater to offer extra heat when temperatures drop significantly. The heat pump can cover 90-95% of your heating needs over the course of a year. We can also come to your assistance if you’re in need of energy-efficient lighting. We can offer light bulbs in various sizes, styles and wattages and can also supply you with energy saving lamps.
Over three decades of experience
All MSE engineers are FGAS registered and CRB checked. This allows us to work in care homes and schools to give just two examples. They are also have accreditation from Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association (PAMSA), International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). We are Daikin D1 partners and are a Mitsubishi Electric EcoDan Approved Installer. Talk to us today to learn more about our renewable energy installation services, renewable energy contractors, solar panels renewable energy services and thermal renewable energy for Midlands, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Birmingham.
MSE install a variety of energy saving technologies:
- Solar thermal
- Daikin Altherma Air Source Heat Pumps
- Energy Saving Lighting
Power Logger monitoring equipment for energy usage.
In normal household use, switching a low energy bulb on and off shouldn’t shorten its life, however leaving it on for a stabilising period of 10-15 minutes will help it last as long as possible. Traditional light bulbs should be switched off every time you leave a room unoccupied as in the UK £140 million a year is wasted by leaving lights on unnecessarily.
For technical reasons, the glass used in the manufacture of household energy saving light bulbs has to be opaque, not transparent like that used in many traditional bulbs. It’s therefore not a fair comparison to compare the light emitted from an opaque bulb with that of a clear bulb. When like for like are compared you won’t see a difference in brightness.
No. Most energy saving bulbs aren’t fully compatible with dimmer switch circuits and fitting one will cause the bulb to flicker continuously. Currently there is only fully dimmable energy saving bulb, but more are likely to be developed as the popularity of these bulbs increases.
There is a government proposal for a voluntary phasing out of the traditional light bulb between now and 2011 to give retailers time to develop replacement products.
As energy efficient light bulbs are available in a huge range of different sizes, wattages and styles, any light fitting, once fitted with these bulbs, can be deemed energy efficient. Some lighting ranges come complete with energy saving lamps fitted as standard.
Our specialist knowledge of data installation and data cabling means that we can design and install entire infrastructures for commercial and industrial premises.
With new regulations governing the use of air conditioning and refrigerants and their effect on the ozone, businesses need the best advice – and access to the best products – when it comes to servicing, maintaining or replacing existing air conditioning units.
Under health and safety regulations, all workplaces must be properly heated and ventilated in order to provide fresh air for staff and to dilute any contaminants that may be produced.
We offer planned, preventative maintenance packages for air conditioning, heating and ventilation units and other electrical equipment. Periodic servicing and testing helps businesses comply with legislation and ensures the safety of their employees and premises.
MSE install a variety of energy saving technologies that can reduce your carbon foot print. For more information visit www.msegreen-uk.com
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Covering the Midlands, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Birmingham
Centrally located in the UK we provide a national service but we are ideally located for work in the Midlands, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Birmingham.