National Trust Historic Interest Solar Water HeatingHarry
The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, commonly known as the National Trust, is a charity and membership organisation for heritage conservation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In Scotland, there is a separate and independent National Trust for Scotland.
The Trust is proud of what has been achieved over the last 126 years and is determined to maintain those high standards of conservation, stewardship and curatorial care for which it has been recognised throughout the world.
Its achievements have enabled the general public and the Trust’s members and visitors to enjoy and appreciate the countryside, coastline, gardens, historic buildings and collections, all of which encapsulate so much of the history of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. There is a duty to tell that history in a complete, balanced and accurate way, and without judgement.
The National Trust continues as a guardian of the past, and for the future, to uphold its duty to maintain and enhance what has been entrusted to its care.
We are very proud to have been working with the National Trust for a number of years in Cornwall and across the United Kingdom.
Solar Water Heating is a very cost effective renewable deployment which has proved and easy fit for the Trust across a number of sites. The panels were installed at both Trengwaiten tea-rooms & Glendurgan Gardens in Cornwall, each installed to blend in with the environment causing as little aesthetic disruption thereby going unnoticed.
Solar water heating reduces our dependency on expensive and polluting fossil fuels. Solar energy causes no pollution at all, thus reducing our overall carbon emissions and the embodied energy of the equipment itself is recovered within two years of installation.