What is Raven Renewables?
Raven Renewables offer an end-to-end service and specialise in designing, installing and maintaining a range of cutting-edge renewable technologies such as:
- air source heat pumps
- ground-source heat pumps
- solar PV
- electric vehicle charging points
- battery storage
Founded by Raven Housing Trust, one of the most innovative and environmentally-conscious social housing organisations in the South East, Raven Renewables is perfectly placed to assist you on your net zero carbon journey.
Our planet is reaching breaking point and now is the time to act.
Raven Renewables, partner with local authorities and others, aims to improve the thermal efficiency of thousands of homes and support the UK’s drive towards carbon neutrality.
Working with housing associations, local authorities, non-profit organisations, institutional investors, developers, contractors, private landlords and individual homeowners.
We are committed to helping you to:
- Reduce your carbon footprint
- Reduce fuel bills
- Improve the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of your home/ organisation
- Take advantage of financial incentives
As a designer and installer of renewable energy technology, we can create the best and most complete solution for each home, rather than only offering one renewable energy source.
Raven Renewables are on the same journey with retrofitting 6,000 of our own homes. This will have a significant impact on carbon emissions, providing a more affordable and energy-efficient living environment for residents with the advantage of government support and financial incentives.
Backed by Raven Housing Group - our services are delivered by the same qualified workers as our parent company, so customers can trust us.
- Operate under strict guidelines, regulations and governance
- Undertake full DPS checks to personnel
- Offer dependability with solid financial package
- Ensure high quality standards
- Understand working with vulnerable people
- Implement monitoring system for the provided services with minimum disruption