Renewable Energy Finance
Committed to Helping Companies Make the Switch to Renewable Energy
PBFC solutions improve sustainability, save expenses, and open up opportunities for additional income. All cases will be evaluated independently, and customised funding plans will be developed accordingly.
Funding New Projects for Energy Savings and Income Generation
Assisting businesses in implementing projects that result in substantial energy bill savings or generate additional income by selling surplus energy.
Refinancing Existing Projects for Enhanced Performance
Solutions for existing projects that have been operational for at least six months. We review performance data and optimise your energy initiatives.
New Installations with Promising Income Potential
Our expertise extends to financing new installations that generate income through selling energy to third parties and accessing valuable government incentives.
Commercial Solar PV systems convert sunlight directly into electricity, utilising a technology rooted in the photovoltaic effect. Photons from the sun collide with electrons in the solar cell, creating an electric flow and, thus, power.
Maintain with Ease: With typically low maintenance costs, especially noted in regions like the UK, commercial entities can further streamline their operational expenses while being environmentally responsible.
Spectrum of Efficiency: The efficacy of solar panels can swing between 15-42%, offering various options tailored to different commercial needs and budget capacities.
Additional Earnings: The Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) allows businesses to develop an ancillary revenue channel by exporting surplus solar energy back to the grid, albeit at varying rates.
Tax Advantages: Multiple tax relief options further bolster the financial viability of investing in solar PV systems, making it an economically astute and ecologically conscious decision.
Biomass is derived from the combustion of organic matter like wood, plants, and household waste, offering a greener alternative to traditional heating methods. Boilers, capable of burning logs, pellets, or chips, are integrated into central heating and hot water systems.
Waste Reduction: Responsible waste management by converting organic waste into energy, reducing landfill reliance.
Greenhouse Gas Control: Maintains a carbon-neutral or carbon-negative cycle, helping combat greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
Diverse Feedstock: Utilises various materials, from agricultural residues to household waste, reducing resource strain.
Renewable Source: Sourced from natural materials replenished through natural processes.
Onshore Wind Energy
Extracting power through land-based turbines, onshore wind energy leverages natural air movements to generate a robust, reliable energy source strategically placed in optimal, unobstructed rural locations.
Eco-Friendly Solution: Minimal environmental impact, emitting fewer emissions during construction and operation while coexisting harmoniously with farming activities.
Pocket-friendly Power: Cost-effective alternative to offshore options, with lower infrastructure and operational costs that can lead to reduced electricity bills.
Swift Setup & Maintenance: Might be constructed at scale within months and offer cost-effective maintenance compared to offshore counterparts.
Anaerobic digestion transforms organic matter into methane via biological processes in an oxygen-free environment, offering a sustainable energy source that fuels various applications.
Diverse Input, One Strong Output: Harnessing everything from food scraps to agricultural waste provides a multifaceted sustainability route.
Wastewater’s Dual Benefit: Slashing waste volumes and lighting up facilities with self-generated methane energy.
Versatile Methane, Countless Possibilities: Powering homes, cooking meals, and generating electricity, all from the adaptable energy extracted through anaerobic digestion.
Landfill as an Unexpected Energy Hub: Capturing naturally occurring methane to minimise environmental footprint, turning waste into wealth.
CHP (Combined Heat and Power) technology generates electricity from a chosen fuel source, usually natural gas, for direct consumption, grid export, or mixed usage. Heat is recycled from electricity generation and delivered via district heating pipelines.
Total System Efficiency: Outperforms traditional setups with 65-80% efficiency, reaching up to 90%, while the average for fossil-fuelled power plants is 36%.
Capital Savings: Connecting to a CHP-driven district energy system can reduce equipment replacement costs and free up space for revenue-boosting activities.
Guarded Revenue & Rate Stability: On-site generation ensures operational continuity during grid hiccups and shields facilities from electricity rate surges.
Unyielding Supply: As an on-site generator, CHP promises uninterrupted energy, even during adversities, reliable and resilient.