Solar Panels, Heat Pumps, and Biomass Boilers in Manchester
We’re delighted to help residents in the North West of England switch to a greener future, saving money and the environment in equal measure. Franck Energy will calculate your savings and manage the whole installation project for renewable technology in your property.
The city of Manchester is a dynamic and forward-thinking urban area, and its residents are keen to make a positive impact on the environment. We help people benefit from the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, navigate complex tariffs, and install the right renewable energy technology in their property for long-term success and savings.
Franck Energy provides the following alternative energy:
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.
Manchester is a major city in the north west of England, located within the metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester. It has an estimated population of 530,300 (according to 2015 figures). It is recorded as the world’s first truly industrialised city, and was nicknamed ‘Cottonopolis’ during the 19th century. The Arndale Centre, located in the heart of Manchester centre, is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe. It has more than 200 stores and attracts over 40 million visitors each year from all over the UK.
The city’s accessibility paved the way for business and job opportunities in the renewable energy sector. The local authority is committed to cutting carbon emissions through various schemes, and the Manchester business community has combined forces to positively impact the environment through more responsible everyday practices. We’re here to help Manchester make the switch to renewables.