Low Carbon Services
Low carbon and renewable building and maintenance services
Working as One Team to build a low carbon future
J Tomlinson is committed to providing green energy solutions, working in partnership with our clients to help them reduce their carbon emissions, meet sustainability targets, and significantly reduce operating costs.
From auditing and consultancy to installation and ongoing support, our team of in-house experts specialise in the delivery of low carbon and renewable energy solutions specifically tailored to meeting your organisation’s key goals.
Low carbon/renewable energy – how your business can benefit
What are the benefits of using low carbon and renewable energy sources?
- Reduced carbon emissions
- Upfront funding
- Government payments (Renewable Heat Incentive – RHI)
- Tackle fuel poverty and promote affordable warmth (housing)
- Flexible to property types • VAT saving (5% vs 15%)
- Stable energy prices (protection against volatility of energy market)
- Energy efficient, future-proofed buildings
J Tomlinson’s low carbon credentials
J Tomlinson benefit from the following in-house resources to effectively manage low carbon and renewable energy projects:
- In-house M&E Design Team experienced in undertaking GSHP, ASHP and Solar installations
- In-house BREEAM Accredited Design and Build Managers
- MCS-approved Renewable Management System
- Award-winning low carbon project management teams
Our teams have gained 8 sustainability awards in the last 3 years for their continued efforts including:
Project of the Year – East Mids EE Awards 2020
Winner: RHI Project of the Year – National Energy Efficiency Awards 2019
Special Commendation: RHI Installer/Contractor of the Year – National Energy Efficiency Awards 2019
Winner: RHI Installer/Contractor of the Year – East Midlands Energy Efficiency Awards 2019
Winner: RHI Installer/Contractor of the Year – West Mids Energy Efficiency Awards 2019
Highly Commended: Regional Large Scale Project of the Year – East Mids Energy Efficiency Awards 2018
Highly Commended: RHI Installer of the Year - West Midlands Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards 2017
2nd place: Social Responsibility Company of the Year – National EE Awards & Healthy Homes Awards 2017
Low Carbon Frameworks
We are members of several key industry frameworks dedicated helping clients access low carbon building solutions. These include Fusion 21 Heating & Renewables, Crown Commercial Services Construction Works and Associated Services, and NOECPC.
Low carbon and renewable projects – business funding options
J Tomlinson offers a range of funding solutions to enable clients to undertake low carbon projects at no upfront expense OR a subsidised cost.
Our experienced low carbon experts will advise you on how to access and optimise the following funding opportunities:
- Regional/National: contacts with organisations to access national/regional funding
e.g. Community Energy England
- Private Investment: partnership with a trusted 3rd party body to enable works at no upfront cost
Low carbon building solutions – how can I apply this to my business?
We work with many environmentally conscious organisations who want to reduce their carbon emissions and environmental impact, but they’re not quite sure what steps they need to take to get there, or where to access best advice or funding opportunities.
According to the carbon brief analysis, the UK’s carbon emissions fell by 2.9% in 2019 – the most significant reduction our country has experienced for over 30 years. We are committed to helping this number fall even further by partnering with like-minded organisations to help them identify new and/or retrofit low carbon opportunities and future-proof their assets.
For more information about our low carbon and renewable energy services and how we can help your organisation build a low-carbon future
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According to GreenMatch, 40% of the UK’s CO2 emissions derive from the heating and cooling of buildings.
Solar and wind are projected to source 50% of the UK's power by 2050
Lighting is estimated to account for a staggering 20 per cent of all energy consumption in the UK
Transport continues to be the UK’s largest source of pollution at 28 per cent (Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, 2020)
According to the International Energy Agency, space heating and hot water account for 60% of global energy consumption in buildings