​LED lights have been hailed as the future of home lighting as they use very little energy,  last a very long time. LED bulbs differ from traditional incandescent bulbs in the way they produce light. Incandescent light bulbs passed electricity through a filament, LEDs produce light through the use of a semi-conductor that emits light energy when an electrical current is passed through it.

Solar PV

​​Infrared Heating



Solar panel electricity systems, also known as solar photovoltaics (PV), capture the sun's energy using photovoltaic cells. These cells don't need direct sunlight to work – they can still generate some electricity on a cloudy day. The cells convert the sunlight into electricity, which can be used to run household appliances and lighting.


LED Lighting


A1 renewable Energy is a small family run business installing Solar PV, Air Source Heat Pumps, LED Lighting, Infrared Heating and we also offer Domestic Electrical Services.

Founded by Trevor Savage in 2015 after a long career in electronics and renewables for larger companies. Focused on delivering quality only installs with customer satisfaction at the forefront of each contract.

All equipment warranties supplied along with a deposit and workmanship warranty.
We are MCS registered, are part of the NICEIC competent persons scheme and hold memberships with the RECC and QANW.

Air Source Heat

​Infrared is a modern, innovative way to heat your property. It looks great, takes up very little space, can be wall or ceiling mounted or freestanding and comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes to suit your room. Rather than heating the air - like traditional gas, oil and electric systems - infrared heats the very fabric of your building. The process is 100% energy efficient, delivering significant energy and cost saving benefits.


Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air. This heat can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convectors and hot water in your home.
An air source heat pump extracts heat from the outside air in the same way that a fridge extracts heat from its inside.


Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has been accused of snubbing the UK solar energy industry after refusing to meet with London Assembly members to discuss cuts to feed-in tariffs for solar PV.

London Assembly chair Jeanette Arnold wrote to Rudd on behalf of Assembly Members last November requesting a meeting to discuss the impact of the proposed changes on London’s solar industry.

Rudd responded last week saying she was unable to meet due to “diary commitments”.

Labour London Assembly member Murad Qureshi said the government’s 64% solar FiT cut to 4.39p/kWh could undermine any progress towards “making London a global centre for new renewable energy generation”.

Approximately 2740 people are currently employed in the manufacturing, installation and maintenance of solar panels in London and Qureshi said any reduction in demand would risk the government “looking determined to kill off renewables in the capital”.

Qureshi said: “The Secretary of State’s refusal to meet with Assembly Members comes as a huge snub to nearly 3000 solar energy workers in London, whose industry is under threat.

“It is incredibly important that the government understands the full impact their cuts to feed-in tariffs are having on this fledgling industry. As it stands, they appear hell bent on sucking the sunshine out of domestic and community energy schemes.”

The changes to the FiT come into force on 8 February