Net Zero Implementation
Trident has joined forces with a range of approved net-zero implementation partners from on-site heat generators to carbon offsetting providers.
Combined Heat & Power (CHP)
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a process that captures and utilises the waste heat produced by the electricity generation process.
Provides better control of your energy usage and gives offers numerous benefits for decarbonisation.
Switching to a green energy supply is an integral part of any Net Zero strategy. Solar PV is now a cost effective way of generating your own.
If you have the space, Wind is a completely clean and renewable energy source.
Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS)
BEMS monitor and control services such as heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, ensuring the building operates at maximum levels of efficiency removing wasted energy usage and associated costs.
With all new vehicles to be electric by 2030, developing your EV capacity is essential to support your staff shift to electric vehicles.
Air source Heat Pumps
Can provide both heating and cooling and deliver 30% carbon savings compared to a gas boiler.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Similar to air source heat pumps but uses the heat from the ground instead. Requires space and excavation work.
Reduces the voltage of the incoming supply to an optimum level. Can be used in most settings and delivers financial savings with a solid ROI.
Power Factor Correction
Power Factor Correction (PFC) is an energy saving technology. Through improved energy efficiency, PFC can reduce electricity costs by eliminating Reactive Power Charges.
Carbon offset schemes allow companies to invest in environmental projects that sequester CO₂e out of the atmosphere in order to compensate for emissions made elsewhere.
Corporate PPA / GPA’s
PPA’s & GPA’s allow companies to purchase their green energy directly from a generator securing a green supply for years to come.
Waste Heat to Energy (WtE)
WtE captures heat created from processes and converts into either power or thermal units and provides significant carbon and cost savings. WtE captures heat created from processes and converts into either power or thermal units and provides significant carbon and cost savings.
Refrigeration is a significant contributor to GHG emissions from the use of electricity and the leakage of Hydrofluorocarbons. Consider upgrading to more efficient equipment and using lower emission refrigerants .
Variable Speed Drives
Reduces the speed and torque of the motor to more closely match the environment and requirements of the process, rather than running at full speed all the time – reduces the amount of electricity and carbon used.
Upgrading your lighting to LED’s offers a quick and easy way to reduce your carbon and delivers significant savings and ROI.