M&E Consultants – Our Lady of Lourdes, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0LP

Syntegra Consulting appointed building services consultants and LED lighting consultants for the Heating and Electrical services upgrade project for Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7. The appointment is for the provision of condition reports, performance specifications, tender analysis, contractor appointment and review under the JCT minor works contractual arrangement . Furthermore […]

How does the CRC Energy efficiency scheme work?

The CRC scheme is divided into set time periods known as ‘phases’. Phase 1 is the introductory phase which runs from 1st April 2010 until 31st March 2013. Subsequent phases are preparatory, and overlap with the preceding phases. This year will be a reporting year only, and participants will not be required to purchase allowances. […]

Listed on Thames Valley company watch list for 2010

Syntegra Consulting have again been recognised by industry as leaders in the field of energy consultancy. The company has recently been identified on the Thames Valley watch list of fast-growth, businesses from across the Thames Valley region. The list comprises companies that have the potential to innovate and grow significantly. To view the list visit: […]

Award – Listed on the Courvoisier ‘The Future 500’

Another award for Syntegra Consulting: Director Alan King has recently been selected onto the ‘Courvoisier The Future 500 list as one to watch over the next year in the science & technology category. Every year Courvoisier set out to identify outstanding individuals for its Future 500, a list of the country’s top achievers across ten […]

Code for sustainable homes assessor – 18a Archers Court, Whitfield, Dover, CT16

Syntegra Consulting appointed SAP assessors and Code assessors for a 2phase residential development in Dover, CT16. The development is for the construction of 2No. 3 bedroom detached properties with a renewables strategy to include PV technology to achieve the necessary 25% CO2 reduction to satisfy ENE1 category for the code for sustainable homes.

Why should landlords complete an electrical inspection?

There are two Acts of Parliament that impose a statutory duty on landlords regarding the safety of electrical equipment: 1. The Consumer Protection Act 1987 2. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 The Consumer Protection Act affects all persons who let property in the course of their business because it defines them […]

What are the benefits of Feed-in Tariffs ?

· FITs provide a secured income over 20-25 years of electricity generation. · A secured export rate of 3p/kWh over 25 years. The rest of the rate will change over the years. · Offset grid supplied electricity (OFGEM forecasts 40% increase in cost over next decade (average cost to be over 20p/kWh in 2020). · […]

What are Feed-In Tariffs ?

The Feed In Tariffs are tariffs introduced by the government to encourage Renewable Energy micro generation. The most important aspects of FIT’s are outlined below: FITs are paid by the utility company for every kWh of electricity generated from the renewable energy system. The FITs are paid to the owners of the generating systems: homeowners, […]