ICE Renewables - Leaders in Distributed Wind Turbines, committed to carbon reduction and sustainable business
Beat the 2014 FIT deadline with ICE Renewables, distributed and medium wind specialists who have a proven track record with 3.1MW of wind turbine installations across the UK. We help our customers choose the right wind turbine, take their project through planning, design and build, and then provide reliable and speedy operations and maintenance support helping them get the most out of their feed in tariff. Contact us about your wind project.
ICE Renewables has secured a multi-million pound deal with Dutch manufacturer, Lagerwey to be their exclusive Commercial Broker and Service Integration Partner, handling their portfolio of megawatt (MW) class turbines across Great Britain.>read more
ICE Renewables installed a Vergnet wind turbine at Ulceby Grange 18 months ago and the farm is now generating enough electricity to meet the needs of the farm and to sell back to the grid. The whole project cost £750,000, which is expected to be paid pack in seven years. Simon Jones said: “It is amazing to be milking cows and making cheese using the power of the wind. There is a simple pleasure to be had from having the wind blowing through your hair and knowing that we have the technology on our farm to capture this.>read more
ICE Renewables, is encouraging farmers and landowners to ensure they take advantage of a Government scheme which will save them money in the next 18 months. In April 2014, the Government will cut the Feed in Tariff – an incentive that means farmers and landowners who invest in renewable energy technologies, such as wind turbines, can claim attractive payments for the electricity and heat that they generate.>read more
The time has come at last for Community Wind Projects to fly, explains Fergus Brown from ICE Renewables. Now, communities can expect to get real benefits from Feed-in Tariffs and projects, as involved participants and shareholders. There has never been a better opportunity to realise a Community Wind project.>read more