Welcome to the brand new look for UK's number 1 Independant resource for information on Renewable Technologies

It's a common misconception that we don't get enough sun here in Blighty to make solar hot water viable. However, all renewable technologies rely on the sun in one way or another. This site will talk you through most of them commercially available in the UK today and with the launch of the Government's Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) there has never been a better time to invest in Renewable technology.

NEW FOR 2014!!

Feedback suggests that speaking to salespeople MAY put you off making that first enquiry. So we've teamed up with 'Solar Panel Quoter' Click on the banner on the right and fill in your details to receive 3 no-obligation quotes from your area before you speak to anyone.

UK Solar Energy.org.uk has something for you if you're:

-A homeowner doing some some research into renewable energy such as solar power for your home before you take the plunge

-Looking for information about green deal, RHI, heat pumps, combined Heat & Power units, condensing boilers. It's all here...

-An installer looking for information on solar power, siting of collectors, panel manufacturers, safety devices and much much more

Unfortunately, the UK renewables industry still has it's fair share of cowboys. However, there are also some really good, reputable companies who have been long-established and can specify, design, and install a whole range of complete renewable technologies

Because of this, we've packed this site full of useful information about solar energy, and the way in which it can be harnessed to help you make that next important step into the ever-growing renewable energy market.

So add this site to your favourites, and pop back whenever you need further info...

Take a look at some of the pages on the left for starters...or click on the right to receive separate quotes from 3 local installers....

Have a look round the site and if you have any comments, questions or suggestions, please use the contact form on the 'contact us' page to send us an email.