Sustainable Hotel
Introduction
Environmental Management
Appliances
Insulation
Lighting
Heating
Water
Purchasing
Waste
Additional Information
Introduction
Benchmarking Tool
Introduction
Solar Thermal Heating
Solar Photovoltaic Cells
Wind Turbines
Combined Heat & Power
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Wood Boiler & Hydro
Rainwater Harvesting
Control Systems
Financial Assistance
Environmental Reviews
Consultancy
Waste Audits
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The Resource Efficiency Centre project began in January 2007 and will run until June 2008. It is based at the Solaris Centre on Blackpool's New South Promenade, where many sustainable technologies are on public display. The project operates throughout North and Western Lancashire and can provide free assistance to eligible businesses.

To be eligible, your business must be defined as a small or medium sized enterprise (SME) and must be based in an area that is supported by ERDF Objective 2 funding.

More information can be found by clicking here Resource Efficiency Centre

Microgeneration: One of the aims of the REC project is to encourage the implementation ofmicrogeneration technologies.

Technologies such as solar photovoltaic panels, ground source heat pumps or rainwater harvesting systems can be used to offset the overall energy and water energy requirement of the building. Details of individual technologies can be found in this section of the website.

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Microgeneration