One of the biggest challenges you now face is the decarbonisation of your buildings. This is where Green Net Zero can draw on our years of experience in low carbon technologies, to advise on the most suitable, efficient, and cost-effective solutions to heat, cool, ventilate, light, and control your buildings. We work with our network of skilled and experienced partners to install, maintain, and monitor these solutions, ensuring equipment is working at optimal levels and carbon usage is kept to a minimum.
Part of the Frankland Group of companies, we have a wealth of experience in Mechanical and Electrical replacement and upgrade projects in existing buildings. While new buildings utilise higher efficiency, lower carbon solutions, existing buildings with equipment 15-20 years old are often inefficient and challenging to improve.
Our main area of expertise is mechanical plant upgrades, in particular heating and cooling systems. Most heating systems in UK buildings use high carbon, low efficiency, fossil fuel boilers to provide heating and hot water. We work with the UK’s leading manufacturers of renewable heating products, to offer low carbon alternatives, which offer less dependency on the volatile fossil fuel market, and significant reductions in operating costs and carbon usage. Being technology-agnostic, we can ensure the correct solution for the application in question is provided, giving the best impact to your zero-carbon strategy.
In addition to mechanical system improvements, we work with a number of key partners to help deliver a full net-zero strategy for your buildings. These solutions include low carbon lighting, on-site power generation, vehicle charging, and building energy management systems. Our partners have a wealth of experience in low carbon technologies, working directly with Europe’s leading manufacturers to deliver the best value, ensuring the best return to your project.
We also understand the drive towards reducing carbon can be commercially challenging. All the services we provide can be provided with no upfront costs. These can be funded through the reduction in energy costs, and the amount of carbon to be offset to achieve your net-zero commitments.