Fernhill House Hotel, Clonakilty, Co. Cork

Fernhill House Hotel  consulted Future Generation Energy in 2017, to discuss our renewable energy options for ‘going green’.  As well as wanting to contribute what we could to the environment, we also wanted to make savings for our business. Following a site assessment and  discussions, we agreed the installation of  42 PV panels, the maximum number allowed by planning authorities at the moment.  This generates 11 kw of electricity annually.

We found Future Generation Energy very well informed on the most uptodate options, and  very easy to deal with throughout.  If regulations change in the future, we would definitely want to expand our solar pv system.

Michael O’Neill, Fernhill House Hotel, Clonakilty, Co. Cork.

Maurice Collins, Modern Cleaners Launderette, Clonakilty, Co. Cork.

Launderette: Thermodynamic system for heating large volumes of hot water.

Future Generation Energy installed a domestic hot water system in my home in 2013.  I was so pleased with how it performed and the savings made, that I invited the design team to inspect my business premises with a view to installing a similar system for heating large volumes of hot water.  With a town location, the space available was limited.  However, the design team from Future Generation Energy inspected my property, discussed the options, and I am really pleased with the system that was installed in 2014.  A neat platform was constructed to accommodate the eight solar PV panels, a 2,000 litre tank installed, and the system was commissioned very efficiently.  The installation team installed meters so that we could monitor the system and its running costs and we are delighted with the savings we are making.  Four years on, I am still very satisfied with the standard and professionalism of Future Generation Energy’s work, and the customer support post-installation.

Gerald O’Callaghan, DDW Colour, Cork.

Thermodynamic system for heating large volumes of hot water.

Our company has a constant requirement for large volumes of hot water.  When building our customized premises three years ago, our company wanted to incorporate a renewable energy option to address this need.  Future Generation Solar worked with our engineers to design a Thermodynamic system for heating 1,000 litres of water.  This system has been up and running for the past three years and we are very satisfied with its performance; an ideal solution for our day-to-day production.  And an added bonus is the absolutely minimal maintenance, as promised.  We are very happy to recommend Future Generation Solar, who we found very easy to work with and very professional in all aspects of their business.