Energy & Renewables
Energy & Renewables
FES has made a firm commitment to the growing demand for renewable energy and low carbon technology solutions, providing Energy Conservation Measures (ECM's) and solutions to provide financial and environmental improvements.
FES Energy has been involved in multiple projects nationwide, delivering state of the art energy solutions across various sectors. They have been involved in the construction of the Electric A9 in Scotland, the delivery of high-tech energy centres such as the newly built TECA facility, the delivery of a District Heating System, and have won awards for their work with Stirling Council in the delivery of residential solar-systems, making Stirlingshire the 2nd leading council area in Britain for solar-systems per household.
In today's environment of sustainability, rising energy costs and greater focus on carbon reduction, FES Energy provides solutions tailored to meet these challenges. FES has made a firm commitment to the demand for renewable energy and has been successful in gaining and maintaining MCS and other industry accreditations.
FES provides support from conception to whole life costing when considering renewable and energy technologies such as:
- Waste Heat Recovery (Sewage)
- Solar PV
- Battery Storage
- Biomass Boilers
- Combined Heat and Power (CHP & CCHP)
- Anaerobic Digestion
- Voltage Optimisation
- District Heating & Cooling Schemes
- Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR)
- Water Source, Air Source & Ground Source Heat Pumps
- Wind Turbines
- Absorption Chillers
- Energy Conservation Measures
Working closely with the FES HV and Utilities division, we have the in-house service capability to provide turnkey project solutions.
Wherever possible, we promote carrying out as much of the installation works off site using our state-of-the-art Prefabrication facility. We can produce bespoke modules to suit any project and even construct self-contained plant rooms that integrate renewable energy generation technologies. These plant rooms can then be delivered to site fully tested and commissioned, ready to be connected into the existing systems.
In 2014, FES Renewables installed enough PV panels to power the street lights in the City of Stirling