isoenergy’s work in the commercial property sector is as varied as the sector itself. Projects range from installing solar photovoltaic panels on farm sheds to mechanical ventilation heat recovery systems for hotels. The properties themselves may be infinitely variable in construction type, size and available resources, but commercial projects are normally driven by potential profitability. isoenergy is expert at identifying renewable energy opportunities for commercial organisation to pursue.
A range of commercial projects undertaken by isoenergy is below.
This refurbished barn conversion in Kent is the workshop of renowned violin dealer J&A Beare.
The Crosby Hall Educational Trust (CHET) centre is an outdoor pursuits facility that caters for young children in a beautiful rural setting on a 120 acre country estate about 8 miles north of Liverpool.
The Linney Group is a large family owned and operated printing business in Nottinghamshire.
Installation of a ground source heat pump to provide hot water and heating at a care home.
To supply spatial heating and hot water to 157 Timber Frame apartments varying between studio and three bedroom apartments.
To supply spatial heating & hot water to 112 apartments varying between studio and three bedroom apartments.
Ridgeford properties intended to extend the existing building, known as 10 Weymouth Street, which consists of 19 high specification rental apartments over five floors and 4,004 s ft of office space.
A 28.8kW system, spread over three commercial roofs.
Winner of "Installation of the Year" and the greenest hotel in Britain.
Whitbread's pilot for the "Green Hotel" scheme and precursor to isoenergy's award winning installation.
A series of 10 flats required to meet a 10% renewable target for their energy generation.
A mooring, recreational and educational centre sought a renewable solution utilising the Thames.
3 x 60kW heat pump solution designed and installed to help site achieve EPC Rating of A.
A traditional Grade I listed stone church dating from the Norman and Early English periods with later additions was seeking a way to reduce the bills from its costly and inefficient electric bar heaters.