Heat Pumps, Solar Panels, and Biomass Boilers in Liverpool
Liverpool is one of the most famous cities in England, and we’re proud to help residents and business owners switch to greener energy technologies. Franck Energy manages the whole process from survey to installation, ensuring that complex projects are completed on-time and on-budget. Renewable energy saves you money on utility bills and aids the environment, and we’re delighted to help the people of Liverpool enjoy both of these important benefits.
From our base in the Wirral, our experts guide you through savings and earnings from government schemes such as the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which rewards homeowners for installing Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, and other hot water or heating solutions. We can also provide accurate forecasts for your long-term cash savings, and help you earn feed-in tariffs from Solar PV.
We specialise in the following green technologies:
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.
Liverpool, together with its surrounding areas, is the fifth biggest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom, with an approximated population of 478,580 (according to 2015 figures). The city’s expansion during the the Industrial Revolution decades encouraged its growth and reputation as a major seaport. It was the port of registry for the ocean liner RMS Titanic, the RMS Lusitania, Queen Mary and Olympic. The city is also famous for its two historic football clubs - Liverpool FC and Everton. Both play in the English Premier League, albeit to varying degrees of success. Liverpool FC is known for its rivalry with Manchester United, which is reflective of the wider tension between two of the industrial revolution's outstanding metropolises.
Liverpool is one of the most visited cities by international tourists. It has a rich architectural base, helping the city become the second most filmed in the United Kingdom, outside London. As a famous tourist hotspot, Liverpool is supporting projects which improve healthy living through the use of the surrounding natural environment. Back in 2010, Liverpool City Council and the Primary Care Trust commissioned The Mersey Forest to complete a "Green Infrastructure Strategy" for the city. Many other green initiatives have taken hold on Merseyside, and the future is bright for this incredible cultural metropolis. We're proud to be part of a greener Liverpool.