Leaders in the Energy sector

Our Approach

Our in-house energy team supports our partners in delivering their zero carbon initiatives through a full turn-key solution. Services include surveying, designing, procuring, installing and maintaining a wide range of renewable technologies. In addition to these services we also trial new technologies, conduct policy analysis and predict energy market trends.

Services Include:

Solar PV (roof, ground and floating) // Biomass/CHP // District Energy Networks // External Wall Insulation (EWI) // Heat Pumps (ASHP/GSHP) // Solar Thermal // LED Lighting // Energy Service Companies (ESCO) // Smart Heat Meters // BMS // Boilers // Commercial and Industrial M&E // Energy Centres // HVAC // Inspection & Certification // Heating & Plumbing // Lighting // Renewable Heating Solutions // Testing & Commissioning

PV panels installed
lives improved with community biomass
reduction in electricity bills via energy saving measures
'Solar PV Installer of the Year' Award
A word from our clients...

United Utilities

Steve Slavin
Head of Renewable Energy

“As part of United Utilities energy strategy we identified Godley reservoir as a suitable site to install a floating solar array to provide the water treatment works with approximately 33% of its energy requirements. The Godley solar scheme will help us to keep energy costs and water customers’ bills low.”


Britain's Energy Coast

Michael Pemberton

“Following our change in strategic direction last year we have been committed to leading the way in sustainable building and low carbon property issues. We went out to an open market for this project to ensure we brought the best thinking to our doorstep. Forrest’s track record in bringing pioneering projects to fruition, together with our shared values as organisations, made them a great fit.”


Southern Water

Martin Ross
Energy Manager

``The use of renewable energy helps Southern Water reduce its reliance on fossil fuel derived energy, lessening the impact on the environment and helps to cut operating costs. We are excited about the prospect of developing further schemes that maximise energy generation from renewable sources and energy from waste``.