Solent University Student Switch Off
Student Switch Off is a not-for-profit campaign encouraging student action on climate change. We run energy-saving competitions within Solent University halls of residence and achieve average reductions in electricity usage of 7%. The hall that saves the most energy wins a Ben & Jerry's party, plus there are loads of individual prizes every few weeks! All for just doing really simple things to save energy and recycle!
Sustainable Energy Research Group
The Sustainable Energy Research Group (SERG) is part of the Energy and Climate Change Research Division within the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton. SERG is aligned with the University Strategic Research Group on Energy, a multidisciplinary group of researchers who focus on topics ranging from energy consumption, bioenergy, and high-voltage transmission. They aim to undertake fundamental and applied research related to the efficient and sustainable use of grid and off-grid energy. SERG runs and attends various regional, national and international dissemination conferences and events to promote renewable energy research, its various projects and encourage collaboration. This group also operates a consultancy service that covers a range of research areas.
Tel: 023 8059 2051
Solar Roofing Specialist (SRS)
Starting in 2011 with extensive knowledge of construction and roofing and over a decade of renewable and solar energy expertise, the founders started the business to strive for good quality solar installations. Since being set up, SRS has specialised in the installation of large-scale solar PV. They have successfully installed large PV systems on many types of industrial, commercial, and agricultural roofs across the UK and have established themselves to be one of the most experienced solar PV installation companies in the country.
Their clients have included city councils, schools and colleges, power companies, renewable energy companies, farmers, grain stores, private landlords, leisure centres, factories, and many more.
Address: Solar House, 16 Furzedown Road, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1PN
Southampton Geothermal Heating Company (SGHC)
Geothermal is a renewable energy source which can be found in Southampton. SGHC has been harnessing the energy and supplying sustainable heating, cooling and power to Southampton City centre customers since 1986.
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