Our Green Credentials

We love and feel responsible for the environment we work in so when we were looking for the perfect office, the carbon negative Bullhouse Mill just made perfect sense.  At the time of conversion it is one of only 14 A- rated commercial buildings and achieves a more than 50% reduction in electricity and heating energy consumption.  The site includes geothermal heating, heat recovery, low energy lighting, cycle scheme and showers, 280kW Solar, 15kW hydro generator and 3x 11kW Gaia wind turbines.  The site owner, Charles Booth, is fully committed to promoting an environmentally-friendly way of living and working.

Our Site Utilises

WIND TURBINES

wind power

Energy created from wind turbines is an envrionmently friendly source of renewable energy. It does not contaminate and is inexhaustiblreduceing the use of fossil fuels, which are the origin of greenhouse gasses that cause global warming.

Producing electricity through wind energy and its efficient use contributes to a more sustainable environment.

SOLAR PANELS

solar power

Solar panels used on homes and businesses help to reduce  energy costs. By using self generated power you can save hundreds each year and become less reliant on the power grid.

Power generated from solar power is  a sustainabl and green energy choice and has huge benefits for our planet.

HYDROPOWER

hydro-power

Hydropower is a renewable source of energy, energy generated through hydropower  is fueled by water, making it a clean source of energy without polluting the air and  burning fossil fuels.

Hydroelectric power is a domestic source of energy, allowing each state to produce its own energy without being reliant on international fuel sources.

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY

green power

Geothermal energy is believed to be one of the most advantageous sources of renewable energy. Geothermal energy is extracted from the earth without burning fossil fuels, and producing almost no emissions.

Geothermal energy can be very beneficial, as you can achieve savings of up to 80% over conventional energy usage.

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