We Deliver Energy Solutions
Watterman Renewable Energy was opened as a subsidiary to our plumbing and heating business, which was established in 1982 and as a result of the growing energy crisis and the requirement to reduce carbon emissions. Watterman Renewable Energy's head office is in Greenock, Inverclyde in the West Coast of Scotland. We also have offices in Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway and also in Carlisle which covers the Scottish Borders and the North of England.
This new aspect of our business promotes the use of renewable energy to our customers, both commercial and domestic, when ascertained of being of benefit to them. We believe that this is way forward to reduce the threat of climate change and this has the potential to speed up the transition to a new low carbon future.
Watterman Renewable Energy is extremely keen to embrace new technologies within the energy sector, to ensure that we can make a genuine contribution to help meet Scotland’s renewable energy targets.
Watterman Renewable Energy specialise in the design, supply and installation of ground and air source heat pumps, biomass heating systems, solar thermal and PV systems.
Design and Installation
We are committed to providing appropriate solutions to reduce energy costs, the installation of renewable energy technology is one solution but this decision has to be made taking into consideration other requirements to improve energy performance (such as insulation within the building). A full survey will be carried out to provide recommendations and heat loss calculations which will ascertain the best solution to increase energy performance. In accordance with MCS guidelines there are no pressure sales, if the survey indicates that renewable products are suitable we will work with you to design a solution and provide you with an estimate.
Watterman Renewable Energy will design and install your system to the standards expected by the MCS accreditation scheme and as a member of the Renewable Energy Assurance Scheme and have done so throughout Britain in places such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Argyll, Inverclyde and the Highlands and Islands.
The design will take account of the current heating system, energy heating level, heat loss and all other aspects of the property which are important when a renewable energy solution is being considered.