Norwich City Community Partner Green Building Renewables, is the UK’s fastest growing network of renewables energy experts. The installer of solar panels and heat pumps is on a mission to become the largest in the renewables sector in the UK by 2025.
Over the last 18 months, Green Building Renewables has grown from a small family-run business, to a national company with 10 offices around the UK, with staff numbers growing from 18 to over 150.
However, the long term plans for the company are even more ambitious as they aim to achieve full coverage across England, growing a nationwide network of renewable energy experts.
Green Building Renewables continues to build a brand with their award-winning customer service with an Excellent 4.9 TrustPilot score. They are creating national presence with local knowledge, service and expertise in a range of renewables including; solar panels and battery storage, air and ground source heat pumps, underfloor heating and EV charging points.
The good news for Green Building Renewables, is that the massive growth in renewables is set to continue. The market is growing rapidly and set to accelerate with the impact of UK gas boiler ban, coupled with the volatility of gas and oil prices and homes and businesses wanting to be independent from the grid. It is particularly relevant in counties such as Norfolk, with communities and businesses relying on expensive LPG and oil sources.
Markets for products such as heat pumps, solar PV, solar battery storage and EV chargers are all set to incline rapidly over the next decade.
Managing Director Chris Delaney commented on the company’s ambitious plans to develop in the future.
“As a renewables business we are growing fast. We want to be the biggest and the best in the UK.
Biggest in terms of coverage of all the UK by 2025 and best in terms of customer service and the best place to work for our staff”.
To get expert advice enabling you to make the right renewables choices for your homes and buildings, visit: https://www.greenbuildingrenewables.co.uk