Renewable Energy Monmouthshire
Here at Greener Renewable Solutions we can help with all aspects of installing, maintaining and fixing renewable energy appliances and insulation for commercial and domestic properties.
We can provide and install many renewable energy options. Our Solar panels help support your electric demand. Buy some plug timers for when you are out so you can use the power you generate. You can even store the electricity you generate in a battery storage system then use the electric at any time becoming a more sustainable home. We also offer Solar-assisted heat pumps to heat your water, a solar-assisted heat pump is a machine that represents the integration of a heat pump and thermal solar panels in a single integrated system. Typically, these two technologies are used separately to produce hot water.
With our Air Source heat pumps you can reduce energy bills when replacing traditional electric, oil or LPG heating systems. Air Source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air to heat your home and hot water, if you have large garden space outside, you could consider a ground source heat pump. We can also provide Ground Source heat pumps, these use pipes that are buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground. A ground source heat pump circulates a mixture of water and antifreeze around a loop of pipe, called a ground loop, which is buried in your garden.
We can also supply and fit roof insulation, using Earthwool Loft Rolls which are non-combustible Glass Mineral Wool rolls, manufactured using our revolutionary ECOSE® Technology & are designed specifically for use in cold lofts where pitched roofs are insulated at ceiling level.
For any home or business that require electric charging points for cars and vans (EV) we cater for your needs.
We can also maintain and repair broken solar panels, broken inverters and all your renewable energy appliances
You can even get government grants for renewable energy products and insulation and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) grant on our ground source heat pumps
Please contact us for more information
Monmouthshire is a principal area with the style of ‘county’ in South East Wales. The name derives from the historic county of Monmouthshire of which it covers the eastern 60%. The largest town is Abergavenny.
The historic county’s position as a border district shaped its past. Monmouthshire was thickly forested in ancient times and was only sparsely settled until conquered by the Romans about 75 ce. The Romans built a legionary fortress at Caerleon (Isca Silurum) and a town at Caerwent (Venta Silurum). After the Romans abandoned the area in the late 4th century, the Britons—ancestors of the Welsh—resisted the Anglo-Saxon invaders, but the area periodically fell under Anglo-Saxon control until the Welsh established the kingdom of Gwent in the region. Gwent was conquered by the Anglo-Saxon king Harold II in 1065 and almost immediately thereafter came under the rule of the conquering Normans. Shortly after their arrival in England in 1066, the Normans recognized the importance of the river crossing on the Wye and began construction of Chepstow Castle, one of many castles they eventually built in the county. The Normans ruled the area as one of the marcher lordships. These landed estates in eastern Wales and western England were independent of the English crown’s direct legal control, which gave rise to much lawlessness in the region.
The Usk river valley and the coastal fringe are important for dairying. Market gardening is practiced near Abergavenny, and sheep are raised on the uplands. The better farmland of the plain, however, is under increasing pressure for suburban residential and commercial development. Abergavenny is a market town with some light engineering and printing.