A New Renewables Energy company, which aims to untangle the
confusion around the technology and make it affordable and
accessible, is being launched across South Yorkshire.
Greenbuy Energy plans to help the region benefit from the boom
in environmental interest by keeping South Yorkshire as a soar away
winner of the solar stakes in the UK.
Business partners Russell Paul, aged 32, and Steven Peacock, 36,
have teamed up to create Greenbuy Energy which will give home and
business owners clear information and advice on how to make their
premises energy efficient.
Russell, from Laughton Common, Dinnington, and Steven from
Hackenthorpe, Sheffield, have seven years experience in the heating
and energy sector.
Greenbuy Energy focuses on micro-generation renewable energy and
energy efficiency sectors installing technologies such as solar
thermal, solar photovoltaic and heat pumps.
Russell said: "With rising energy bills more people in Doncaster
are interested in green energy as an investment in the future.
"But it can be confusing as there are many misconceptions and
outdated perceptions around the cost and effectiveness of these
"Our mission is to give people the facts and information on the
latest energy saving methods so they can make an informed decision
on how to make their home or business more energy efficient."
And the company is investing in the region by opening its first
state-of-the art showroom in Cleveland Street, Doncaster, in late
March which will offer shoppers the chance to drop in and talk
informally to the team.
There will be the opportunity to look at and handle everything
from energy saving monitors, to home insulation, solar panels and
Russell said: "Our new showroom is all about educating adults
and children about the technology. We believe our approach is
unique as we have an educational showroom which is in an accessible
location on the high street, and we to want people to feel welcome
to pop in and have a chat to us."
"We are hoping this venture will prove successful in South
Yorkshire and our long term aim is to franchise the business so
that it can be rolled out across the UK."