GREEN LEAF ENGINEERING

Solar Canopies

Solar canopies are structures created to house solar PV which are not integral to the building structure. They are used when building roofs are not suitable for PV Installation, but clients want to offset their carbon footprint and generate clean energy. Solar canopies usually double as carports, external dining areas and outside seating areas.

LED Lighting

LED lighting has been introduced to buildings to enhance the operational efficiency and reduce running costs. By introducing LED lighting products to your building, the savings can produce light up to 90% or more efficient when compared to standard fluorescent fittings.

Electric Vehicle Chargers

Electrical Vehicles are the future within the automotive industry. As the UK look to phase out the use of petrol/diesel vehicles, electric cars will become more and more popular. The challenge then becomes how do we power our vehicles outside of the comfort of our homes. This is where EV charging stations are high priority for the government, and we move towards green cars.

Battery Storage

Due to the UK’s Net Zero 2035 targets and volatile energy costs, there has never been a better time for Battery Storage. The UK is now generating up to 60% of its energy via renewable sources in peak summer months. With energy generation at all time high level and growing year on year, we need to find a way to storage energy at peak generation for winter months when energy generation is at its lowest.

Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps are a technology which uses electrification to provide heating and hot water to our buildings. They work using electrical energy to heat up water as an alternative to a gas fired boilers. The UK’s Net Zero 2035 targets heavily rely on removal of fossil fuel consumption within our energy sector. Air Source Heat Pumps will play a vital role in our journey to become carbon neutral.

PV/Solar

Solar PV is one of the market leading technologies when discussing carbon reduction and green energy production. Solar PV works by harnessing sunlight to produce electrical energy through the cells within the panels. These cells absorb sunlight, creating an electrical charge in the form of DC current which flows to an inverter being transferred in AC current, ready for use at electrical outlets.