CAFE EXTENSION UPDATE – OPENING SOON!
With the roof now on ,work on our new Cafe extension is cracking on fast.
We’re aiming for early November completion and we’ll keep you posted.
It’s exposed oak beams, comfortable sofas and armchairs and a woodburning BIOMASSS & STOVES will give the Cafe a relaxing and homely ambience.
Forest Eco Systems are proud to become a certified installer of Tesla Powerwall battery storage
Utilise excess energy from your PV solar panels by storing it into a Tesla Powerwall . The stored energy will feed back into your home when the output from your PV system is exceeded by the load requirements, therefore reducing your energy bills.
Call us now 01594 835676 to discuss how we can put this technology to work for you.
The government will provide £295 million over 5 years to improve the energy efficiency of schools, hospitals and other public sector buildings. Separately, over £300 million of funding for up to 200 heat networks will generate enough heat to support the equivalent of over 400,000 homes and leverage up to £2 billion of private capital investment.
Efficiency and Reform
The government will increase funding for the Renewable Heat Incentive to £1.15 billion in 2021 to ensure that the UK continues to make progress towards its climate goals while reforming the scheme to improve value for money, delivering savings of almost £700 million by 2020-21.
EDF and its partner, the China General Nuclear Corporation (CGN), have signed a Strategic Investment Agreement for Hinkley Point C, confirming the first new nuclear power station in the UK for a generation.
The UK Government and EDF finalised the details during this week’s China State Visit, agreeing the Contract for Difference that will provide price certainty for the electricity generated from the plant.
Back in June 2015 Forest Eco Systems entered a local football tournament in Coleford, Forest of Dean. Our football team consists of fully skilled tradesmen and apprentices from our plumbing, electrical and carpentry family. Unfortunately we didn’t make it through the group stage but enjoyed by all.
We had a very interesting day on Friday 9 October when Forest of Dean MP Mark Harper was a visitor at our new Coleford showroom. We had a chance to ask questions from directors Leigh Meek, Chris Milliner and Dean Tingle on what the government have in store for the future of renewable energy.
Mr Harper enjoyed his visit and was impressed with the range of energy saving systems and renewables we provide. The local media were also present so we’re hoping to make the papers too!