Sustainable Energy Design And Consulting Engineers, UK - Grove Synergetics
GSL are UK based consulting engineers for building services and project managers
for engineering based contracts. Our company ethos involves the design and implementation
of the best solutions for our clients based on: Capital cost; Sustainable
energy design and efficiency; Overall value; Meeting required
environmental tolerances; Correct equipment selection for each application;
Practicality of installation; Statutory requirements; Visual
styling. Our approach to sustainable energy design involves working on renewable energy
sources, waste burning, waste water recovery, energy crops, and combined heat and power
systems. With the EU adopting the Kyoto Protocol, GSL’s approach to sustainable
energy design stands us in good stead for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
enacted in April 2006. Our consulting engineers will offer a variety of services as part
of these changes and are committed to training and recruiting personnel to meet those
needs. We are based in the Staffordshire town of Stone which is south of Stoke-on-Trent.
Regular bus services serve the town from Hanley and Stafford with regular rail services
calling at Stoke-on-Trent (Stone station is served by a limited service to Stafford). Our
offices are just of the A34 road from Manchester. © 2008 Grove Synergetics (UK) Ltd
– Consulting Engineers focusing on Sustainable Energy Design.
Energy Performance Certificates
Energy Performance Certificates or EPC certificates are becoming mandatory in many different sectors. Since December 2007, the government EPCs mandatory on all newly marketed homes for sale.
The goal of energy performance certificates (EPC) is to aid in the improvement of energy efficiency in buildings. It is now the law to have an energy performance certificate whether you are buying or selling a home. Give Brove Synergetics a call for your energy performance certificate.
Telephone: 01785 819500
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