nextgenergyBased in Glenrothes, nextgenergy offers renewable technologies and effortless energy-saving products to clients throughout Scotland, such as solar photovoltaic panels, the PassivEnergy Management System for optimum advanced boiler control and innovative predictive hot water, electric vehicle charging points, wind turbines, water heating from excess solar and wind generation using immerSUN, voltage optimisation, power factor correction, and battery storage. Nextgenergy offers advice which is always tailored to match the client''s specific needs depending on their energy usage over the past year, and predicted energy usage over the coming year, working closely with home owners, SMEs, farm owners and larger commercial clients. Nextgenergy is associated with RB Grant Electrical Contractors as the professionally approved installer of nextgenergy''s renewable technologies and energy-saving products. RB Grant is a reputable, well established, family-run business of 37 years, so clients can always be assured of a quality installation carried out by their team of fully qualified electricians, and of course peace of mind. Nextgenergy can supply renewable technologies and energy-saving products that enable their clients to make significant savings on their energy bills quite effortlessly, whether that be realising savings on electricity, mains gas, oil or lpg. Always innovative, the product range includes the PassivEnergy Management System for optimum Advanced Boiler Control and predictive hot water, which can also be linked to solar pv systems diverting and making use of the extra generation from solar which normally would be exported to the national grid, but which can now be diverted into a property and used to heat hot water. ImmerSUN is another innovative product which also makes use of excess solar generation, and excess wind generation, for the heating of water. Please make contact with nextgenergy to discuss your potential project - we can offer y...
3 MacTaggart Way
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