New Medway Renewable Energy store receives support from Mayor
Green Square recently opened its first-ever Kent store, in Rainham, which offers Kent homeowners and businesses a one-stop-shop for renewable energy supplies.
The state of the art showroom was officially opened by the Mayor Councillor Stuart Tranter, along with his wife and Mayoress, Mrs Sarah Tranter, with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Mayor, Mayoress and two Rainham North Councillors – David Carr and Martin Potter – declared their support for the new store, which supplies a diverse range of renewable energy products including Solar Thermal, Biomass Boilers, Heat Pumps, solar panels, Pellet Biomass Stoves and the impressive Thermal Store HeatbankTM technology.
The Mayor, Councillor Stuart Tranter, commented:
“Medway council is a very forward thinking organisation and is committed to helping to reduce the borough’s carbon emissions. People can sometimes find understanding new technologies a challenge, so places like Green Square’s new showroom are hugely valuable to our community for advice and products.
“In terms of renewable energy, most people ask how does
it work and what does it mean? It’s not natural to us, we automatically think use the same fuel if we have an issue with our boiler for example. Changing our mindset to consider renewable energy alternatives is the equivalent of going from the steam age to electricity age – it takes time but is absolutely worth it.
“I strongly encourage everyone to come and visit Green Square to find out more about what they can offer and to consider investing in this vital renewable energy technology. Its unique offerings as a retail unit is a welcome addition to our area.
The new showroom, located at 39 High Street, Rainham, offers an incredible opportunity for those interested in renewables to find out more and discuss the countless benefits including government financial incentives.