At Carbon Rewind, we are optimistic about the energy future of the UK, and committed to doing our part to deliver the vision of a more sustainable future.
Whether you are a home owner, tenant, private or public landlord, we can provide you with comprehensive solutions to reduce your energy consumption, reduce fuel bills and help to address climate change at the same time.
We are proud of our commitment to helping reduce the country’s carbon footpint, and have experience working with a wide variety of utility companies, local authorities and other strategic partners to help reach that goal.
To become the UK's leading provider of energy efficiency solutions
To eradicate fuel poverty and nurture a low carbon economy
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Improving the building fabric through insulation is often the most cost effective way to reduce a home’s energy bills.
We provide insulation for cavity walls, solid walls (either externally or internally), “room in roof” spaces
and lofts, in addition to
We install a range of modern and efficient heating systems including gas, LPG and oil boilers, in addition to modern electric storage heaters.
All of these solutions are eligible for grant funding and financing through the UK Government’s Energy Company Obligation (ECO).
We supply and install the following renewable energy systems: solar photovoltaic (PV) installations, battery storage, air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps.
There are funding avenues available for these systems. Please get in touch or click below to find out more.
Andrew is recognised as an authority in green building, having authored the UK Government's definitive guide to Sustainable Construction in 2010 and contributed to the Constructing Excellence "Plain English Guide to Sustainability." His residential projects include the landmark zero carbon 'Avenue House', in north London, and he has delivered countless retrofits and interior remodelling projects.
Andrew has led prestigious projects such as remodelling the Bank of England and the interior design of ARUP's sustainable HQ building in London. His work was recognised with the Sustainable Designer of the Year award in 2005.
Mike has extensive experience in green building, both in the new build and retrofit sectors. He has been actively involved in the UK's construction industry for over two decades, with a particular focus on residential and educational projects.
His work extends to the Middle East, where he contributed to the development of the Estidama rating system in Abu Dhabi, and advised on numerous other master plans and commercial developments, as well as being a regular speaker in the "Retrofit Tech" series of events across the region.