Go Green – Forget Mercury, Halogen and Other Pesky Lights!

When it comes to high capacity flood lights, there’s always the concern of long bills for electricity consumption and the fact that they’re absolutely against our ecological pattern. Gone are the days of halogen (HPS) and candescent lamps (Mercury), green is the way to go! Flood lights and outdoor bollard lights were often misunderstood as low electricity consuming lights, but infact, they’re the most power hungry lights available out there. There are many alternatives coming… Read more

Energy efficiency tips in the office

There are many reasons to consider how to make your office more energy efficient, from wanting to help the environment to cutting costs on utility bills. There are numerous simple steps your business can take that can make a real difference in more ways than one. Here are just a few of our top tips for a greener office environment. Heating and cooling In the UK, offices will need to be heated in the winter… Read more

Geothermal Drilling for Green Energy

Geothermal Heat Pumps (Ground-Source Heat Pumps) are electrically powered heating and cooling systems which transfer heat to and from the earth via a refrigeration process. Geothermal Heat Pumps have been in operation for over 40 years and operate on the same principle as your household refrigerator or air conditioner. At depths below 30 feet (10 meters), ground temperature stays a constant 42 – 55 deg F. (6-12° C) year-round. During the winter season, a geothermal… Read more

Renewable Energy and Green Living

With the decrease in the availability of non renewable resources over time, people have become very cautious and have started taking steps to make use of energy more efficiently. By researching the naturally available energy resources, it has been shown that they help a lot in saving money being that is now spent on non-renewable resources of energy. Almost all the natural resources that we see and feel can be used as a resource for… Read more