Renewable Heating and Solar Specialists since 1991.
Llani Renewables are based in Powys and are independent installers of renewable energy technologies in Mid Wales. We design, supply and fit unique high quality solar hot water, solar electric, and wood fuel heating systems, including Biomass and log burners, in Wales and its borders, constructed to fit your individual requirements.
These modern, efficient and green energy technologies are beneficial to your domestic or commercial property, your wallet and your carbon footprint. They can help to reduce your energy costs and energy usage, whilst our Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accreditations allow our customers with eligible systems to claim the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), or the Feed In Tariff (FIT), earning you an income as you save energy. (See www.ofgem.gov.uk for more information on the RHI and FIT payments.)
What we can do for you
As independent installers of renewable technologies in Mid Wales, Llani Renewables will design, install and maintain a green energy system that is specifically constructed to fit your home or business, your budget and your energy requirements. We have no tie to any one supplier, and therefore are dedicated to providing each of our customers with the best product for their needs. From start until finish, we provide a friendly, professional service.
Our personalised installations are suitable for anything from a small cottage to a large holiday home complex, and anything in between.
The light from the Sun can be used to produce electricity which you can be paid for using, whilst the excess is sold back to the National Grid.
Use the sun’s heat to produce hot water for use in your home or business and earn an income from the RHI payments whilst you do it!
Biomass & Woodfuel
Burn renewable woodfuel to provide hot water and heat for your home and business, and receive the RHI payments at the same time.
Mr David Morris, of Pound Gate Farm, near Knighton, contacted us and one other company in September 2012. Wanting to reduce his carbon footp...
In November 2006, Kit Davidson from Ty Brith, looking to save on his energy bills, enquired with regards to the installation of a Solar Ther...