Birmingham Renewable Energy Technologies

We install Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, and Solar Panels at properties
in Birmingham and the West Midlands.

 
 

Birmingham Renewable Energy Technologies

We install Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, and Solar Panels at properties in Birmingham and the West Midlands.

 
 

Green Energy Birmingham

We help homeowners and businesses in the West Midlands switch to renewable energy solutions, managing the whole process from start to finish. The experts at Franck Energy navigate complex government initiatives to save you money and help you go green with ease.

Alongside central Birmingham, we also serve the nearby towns and cities of Wolverhampton, Walsall, Coventry, Redditch, and Stafford. Whether you’re in an urban area or off-the-grid in the countryside, there will be a green energy alternative which will save your household cash. Contact Franck Energy today, or calculate your savings with our free online calculator.

 

Residents of Birmingham can benefit from the following technologies:

Reveal your cash savings now with our free online calculator

 
 

How does it work?

1 . You contact us

Contact us to discover whether your property is ready for renewable technology.

2 . We send a surveyor

We analyse your property and calculate precise savings. You receive a full report.

3 . We manage installation

We take care of everything, making sure the project is on-time and on-budget.

4 . Job done!

You benefit from huge long-term savings and help the environment.

About Birmingham

Birmingham is the largest and most populous British city outside the UK’s capital, London. BIrmingham has a population of over 1.1 million and is also said to be the youngest city in Europe, with under 25s accounting for almost 40% of its overall population. Due to the innovative 18th century industrialists building a canal network for trading networks, Birmingham contains more miles of canals than Venice - it has 56 kilometres of waterways.

"Brum", as the city is affectionately known, is one of Britain’s greenest cities with over 8,000 acres and 600 parks and open spaces. Renewable energy is utilised through a number of renewable energy projects implemented across the city, by local authorities but also the private sector. As a former industrial city, Birmingham has changed considerably over the past 50 years. It is a melting pot, known for its multiculturalism, food, and music. As a university city, Birmingham has innovation at its core, welcoming high-quality students from all around the world.