• Impartial Expert Advice

    We provide impartial, expert advice on Solar and storage for the self-build and renovation sector. If you are looking to retrospectively install to an existing property, as part of a renovation or would like to explore how to go about integrating a solar technology on a new build home, we are here to help.

    By keeping solar engineering at our core, we deliver straightforward design and installation advice to you. No matter what stage your project is at. If you looking to generate electricity, hot water or to charge your electric vehicle. Our team will advise on the very latest technology available and how to integrate it.

  • Understanding Your Project

    With extensive experience tackling the challenges self-building and construction projects, we understand that sometimes things can change. Project starts dates move and planning requirements may call for a quick return to the drawing board. Our engineers are here to revise designs and our project managers can easily adjust to new build programs.

    If you are at the early stages, we can provide expert guidance on, and assist with your planning Applications. With a special focus on sensitive or restricted areas such as Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas or areas of outstanding natural Beauty.

  • Bespoke Design & Consultancy

    If your project calls for quality products & design, clean subtle aesthetics and attention to the detail, then Environment Logic is the company for you. Our team will work through your project requirements; presenting the most suitable Solar, storage and charging options that is available in the UK today.

    We are one of the leading proponents in BIPV – Building Integrated PhotoVoltaic systems. We very proudly partner with the top BIPV companies ensuring that you choose the right product for your project.

  • Contact Us Today

    So if you are a homeowner, designer, architect, or developer and are considering an installation on an existing property, renovation or new build. Get in touch.
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