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Renewable and sustainable energy solutions for new builds, existing homes, commercial and agricultural properties both within the Scottish Borders and further afield.


· solar PV panels · solar thermal energy · ground source heat pumps · air source heat pumps · biomass and wood fuel heating system · heat recovery and ventilation systems · district heating systems · under floor heating systems · traditional heating systems


Commercial Solar PV installations from 10KW


Biomass installations from 15KW to 2MW


As one of Scotland largest and most respected renewable energy installers, here is a list of our commercial and agricultural installations:


Sandystones, Chapel Farm , Lochtower, Stagehall, Scott Country Potatoes, EuroBusiness, Borthwick Hall, Trees by Post, Caverton Hill Head, Rulemains, Peelrig Farm, Overlangshaw, Mosshouses, Stamford Hall, Kersmains, Borders Railway, East Mains Farm, Hearthstanes, East Moneylaws, Traquair House, Upper Blainslie Farm, TipToe, Hundalee House, Corbet Tower, Flex Farm and Peebles Hydro.


Bespoke domestic PV installations from 2KW


Solar thermal arrays (inset and onset)


Domestic & commercial air / ground source heat pumps


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Underfloor heating, general plumbing & electrics


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Renew Green Energy are the exclusive renewable energy partner of the Borders Machinery Ring, so when you work with Renew Green Energy you know you are in safe hands.


To find out how to make sustainable energy technologies core to you, visit our website, or give us a call


www.renewgreenenergy.co.uk AUGUST 2016


Consult / Install / Supply / Maintain your energy, your future


Solar PV | Solar Thermal | Heat Pumps | BioMass | Heat Recovery | Wood Fuel T: 01896 668 055


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