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Keele University Science and Innovation Centre
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Staffordshire
ST5 5NL
England UK
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09:00 am-05:00 pm
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09:00 am-05:00 pm

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09:00 am-05:00 pm

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About Noreus Ltd

Solar energy and green insulation solutions designed with your home in mind

At Noreus our mission is to provide homeowners with renewable energy solutions and healthier, greener homes. From solar panels, to home insulation and measuring indoor air quality, we help our customers to intelligently generate and manage energy. We operate across the UK from our Staffordshire base, assisting customers to reduce energy consumption and improve efficiency.

Our intelligent solutions are tailored to each individual customer, providing homeowners with a measured return on investment and also a way to live a greener, healthier life.

Solar Panels
Solar power frees you from the worry of rising household bills. If you need electricity, hot water or central heating, Noreus has the answer. Our wide range of solar collector panels are designed to meet your different household needs and protect you against rising utility bills. As an established firm based at Keele University Science Park, we pride ourselves in helping homeowners across Staffordshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Shropshire and beyond to become self-sufficient and save money. After all, sunlight is free. Use it wisely.

Our choice of solar power products:
  • Aquapura heat pump
  • Solar aerovoltaic panels
  • Solar PV panels
  • Solar Thermal
  • Solar battery storage
  • Combi Thermodynamic solar system
  • Thermodynamic Systems
Insulation
Home Insulation for warmth and energy efficiency. Ever asked yourself why you need to keep the heating on full-blast in the cold winter months? Worried that if you do, you’ll be hit in the pocket? We know that high utility bills can be a real concern. Our knowledgeable team is based at Keele University Science Park in Staffordshire, and we have a wealth of experience helping local people and further afield to insulate their property, keep out the chill and save money too.

Our choice of Home Insulation products:
  • External Wall Insulation
  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Spray Foam Insulation
  • Loft Insulation
Solutions For A Healthier Home
  • Heat exchange shower system
  • Improve Indoor Air Quality
  • Infrared Heating
  • Pollution Eating Roof Tiles
  • Perfect Temperature Conservatory 365 Days a Year
Air Source Heat Pumps
An air source heat pump is an environmentally-friendly alternative to central heating. An outdoor unit harvests heat from the air outside and transfers it to an indoor unit, where it’s used to generate hot water. This can then be used to heat the house, domestic hot water, radiators or under-floor heating. Your indoor unit will much work the same way as your conventional central heating boiler, however it uses heat from the air outside, rather than gas.

The benefits:
  • Heats your home and your water
  • Reduces energy costs
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Lower carbon emissions
  • Less disruptive to install than ground source heat pumps
  • Heat and cool your conservatory – meaning you can use it 365 days a year
An air source heat pump works a bit like your fridge, only in reverse. The process absorbs heat from the outside air and the heat pump compressor then increases the temperature to create useful heat. This solution pays for itself after the first few years and is a great investment in your home.

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20/12/2017
New power shower reduces water use by 50 per cent

A new power shower that reduces water use by 50 per cent and requires less energy has been welcomed by a Midlands expert.

“This cheaper and environmentally friendly idea could revolutionise homes and businesses as well as cutting our carbon footprint,” said Ron Fox, of Noreus Ltd at Keele, Staffordshire.

It’s the brainchild of Chris Jackson’s company Kelda Technology and his former business partner, Chris Honeyands, who has now moved on to another project. They were trying to extract harmful particles from smoke when they stumbled on a method to make water jets more powerful.

Already the project has government support with £480,000 from the Department for Energy and Climate Change’s Energy Entrepreneurs’ Fund and £75,000 from the Carbon Trust while venture capitalists Radius Equity and 24 Haymarket are backing the idea with £3 million.

The invention works by adding water to an airstream in the showerhead. As it passes through a narrowed tube it is then broken into droplets to form a spray which then flows through five “acceleration chambers” shaped like jet engines to create a force that has 2.4 times the power of a traditional shower.

Chris Jackson (www.keldatechnology.com) added: “The tube works like a carburettor in a vehicle which optimises the amount of fuel that goes into an engine.”

He added that traditional showers, which have barely changed over the last 40 years, would use anywhere between eight and 15 litres of the world’s most precious resource every minute. His invention can reduce that by half and still leave customers feeling that they have had a proper wash.

Two health benefits of the Kelda shower is that it is less likely to build up limescale because the showerhead has larger holes and also research by Southampton University has shown it lowers the risk of transmitting Legionnaires’ disease because the water droplets are much bigger.

It will particularly help public gyms, hotels, hospitals, student accommodation blocks and leisure centres with their big use of water and high shower operating costs and also overseas countries with acute water shortages and droughts.

The company is now working on a version for domestic bathrooms.

Ron added that householders as well as saving on water costs could cut their bills on heating the shower even further by adding a thermodynamic solar heating system to their home.
It work like refrigerators in reverse in that it extracts heat from the outside air in the same way a fridge takes heat from its inside and the panels then convert the refrigerant into a gas. This then passes through a compressor, which runs on electricity to boost its temperature and is then used to heat the water.
The refrigerant enters the panels at a temperature of between -20C and -30C, so even on cold days they can absorb relative warmth from the air.
Any residents wanting advice about green energy should call Ron on 0845 474 6641 or go to www.noreus.co.uk







22/04/2016
Take action to avoid changes to the RHI

There are some reported changes on the horizon when it comes to the Renewable Heat Incentive so we are urging customers to act now to take advantage of the scheme as it stands.
The RHI is a Government backed initiative that generates a quarterly payment for seven years on qualifying renewable heating solutions including solar thermal panels and biomass boilers.
However, there is now a proposed cut to the biomass tariff as well as the possible removal of solar thermal systems from 2017.
We know that renewable heating systems are a great choice for anyone who wants to cut their carbon footprint and take control of their own energy production and usage. With or without the RHI, these systems make sense.
However, if you want to sign up to the RHI, now is the time to act – BEFORE any changes are due to take place.
To discover more about renewable heating systems, go to our website – noreus.co.uk or call us on 0845 474 6641.
13/04/2016
Stay shower smart to stop water waste

SHOWERING can account for much of our domestic hot water consumption.
Still, ask most people what the worst offender is when it comes to wasting heat and water and they’ll probably assume that baths top the list.
A shower, however, can use more than 45 litres of water every single minute.
What’s more, most of that water simply gets washed away.
One solution to cutting hot water waste is to reduce the amount of time spent in the shower. In fact, the Energy Saving Trust estimates that £10 could be saved from energy bills each year by cutting showering by one minute.
Another way to save pennies is to install a water efficient shower head.
Meanwhile, heat exchange shower systems recycle the heat energy from waste water that would otherwise escape down the drain.
Not only is this solution energy efficient but it is extremely cost-effective as the price of installation pays for itself quickly.
It is one of many measures that the Noreus team can implement to make sure your home is as energy efficient as possible.
For more information about heat exchange showers, call us now on 0845 474 6641.

08/04/2016
Why the renewable ‘home of the future’ is becoming a reality in 2016

THINK high-tech homes are the stuff of science fiction? Then you’d better think again.

Houses that are completely self-sufficient and run only on renewable sources of energy are becoming more commonplace.

That is because renewable technology has advanced to such an extent that it is more accessible, sought-after and affordable than ever before.

As we begin 2016, the team at Noreus is predicting that more people will want to discover ways to help them to live a green lifestyle and cut their carbon footprint.

You only have to look at the increasing popularity of solar panels which provide electricity or central heating. Once the preserve of the few, solar panels are now a frequent sight – not least because the price of installation has fallen dramatically.

So even though the Government has cut the Feed-in-Tariff for rooftop panels, the public recognises that this environmentally-friendly choice still makes sense – especially if you’re the sort of person who likes the idea of clean energy and freedom from the demands of the ‘Big Six’ companies.

So what else might feature in our so-called house of the future?

Well, what about a battery to store excess solar power generated during sunlight hours?

Or a green alternative to gas or oil central heating provided through the installation of a solar assisted heat pump?

Our renewable home of the future would operate on the principle that nothing would go to waste, including the energy we produce.

For example, heat extraction systems would recycle the water from wastepipes to heat the home.

Triple-glazed Argon windows and doors would also keep in warmth and super insulation in roofs and walls would mean greater heat retention.

Smart thermostat controls would allow you to control the temperature in various rooms using a smartphone or tablet.

What is important to realise is that this technology can no longer technically be considered ‘futuristic’.

That is because many renewable solutions are already on the market, proven to work and available to everyone.

Here at Noreus, we are used to helping homeowners at both ends of the spectrum – from those who want to become totally self-sufficient to those who simply want to become more energy efficient by complementing their existing electricity and heating systems.

So if you want to go green in 2016, call us today on 01785 330749.
Products & Services

Roof Repair

Pollution eating roof tiles

Combi solar thermodynamics

Renewable heating systems

Infrared heating systems

Pollution Eating Roof Tiles

Insulation for park homes and period properties

Indoor ventilation systems for better air quality

Triple glazed argon windows

Solar heating for swimming pools

Solutions for conservatory temperature control

Energie

Home energy solutions

Hyrax

Solar assisted heat pumps

Aqua Pura

Heat exchange systems

Solar Batteries

Solar thermodynamic systems

Battery storage systems for solar power

Air source heat pumps

Areo Volts

Solar PV panels for electricity

Thermodynamic systems for hot water

Solar Assisted Heat Pump

Solar thermal solutions

External wall insulation

Cavity wall insulation

Thermodynamics

Loft insulation

Spray foam insulation

Noreus Ltd General Description

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