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Manufacturers invited to free energy seminar

1st Oct 2013

Manufacturers are being invited to a free event on November 27 at Wolverhampton Wanderer's Molineux that will help them combat spiraling energy costs. The MAS (Manufacturing Advisory Service) Energy Seminar will examine the future of energy and advanced procurement, management and generation methods. Hosted in partnership with UPA Energy and Loryan Renewable Engineering, the seminar will outline the growing role manufacturers must play if the UK is to address climate change and energy security.

On the day, emphasis will be placed on the deployment of new technologies and business practices that will help business overcome the challenges of energy presented by high costs and increasingly challenging carbon emission targets. Conference participants will gain insight into the current market conditions in the energy sector, methods to improve the procurement and management of energy, and the initiatives available to companies making investments in renewable energy.

The seminar also offers an excellent opportunity for participants to network with their peers and representatives from UPA Energy and Loryan Renewable Engineering.

To reserve your place click here to register
Alternatively call Zoe Heather on 01902 838306 or email:

Event Itinerary
08.30am Registration & Refreshments
09.10am General welcome by Richard Lowe of MAS
09.25am Energy Management by Paul Faragher, UPA Energy Ltd
10.25am Renewable Energy by Leigh Naylor, Loryan Renewable Engineering Ltd
11.20am Networking session and buffet
12.00pm Finish

Stafford and Rural Homes plug into a brighter future

10th Jun 2013

Rewnewable Energy installers in Stafford

230 high-specification photovoltaic (PV) panels have been fitted to the roof of Stafford and Rural Homes' head office at Beaconside by Loryan Renewable Engineering and will generate over 47,000 kwh of electricity a year – reducing the housing association's £36,000 per year energy bill by 12 per cent a year. The project is part of the firm's commitment to environmental improvements which was launched as part of its Going for Green initiative last year. Chris Poulton, SARH's Director of Asset Management, said that the installation of the panels was 'an investment in the future'. "It was important for us to underline our ecological commitment to customers by getting our own house in order. The long-term energy-saving capability of the panels will see them pay for themselves completely within 13 years and we will start to see cash saving on our bills within the first year," he said. Most of the electricity generated by the energy source will be drawn into a converter and used in the day-to-day running of SARH's offices. The remainder, including weekends when only selected parts of the building are in use, will be exported to the National Grid and offset against bills.

Free Energy Seminars

11th Apr 2013

Staffordshire Rural Hub and Loryan Renewable Engineering present two FREE Energy Seminars offering practical energy saving advice and initiatives for the agricultural and rural community. The events are completely FREE with buffet provided and all from the agricultural and rural community are invited. To reserve your place call 01785 255 305 or 01785 719 118. Alternatively email:

Loryan attend The Midland Game Fair

19th Aug 2012

Loryan will be attending The Midland Gamefair at Weston Park from 15-16 Sept 2012. It the UK's premier shooting event, and has been the event of choice for country sports enthusiasts for over a decade. Held each year at Weston Park in Shropshire, The Midland Game Fair has become the annual meeting place for the shooting community.

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Supporting Staffordshire's Communities

22nd Apr 2012

Stafford FM community radio station has applied to have free electricity generating solar panels under a new scheme. Loryan, based in Stafford, has launched the Loryan Community Benefit Scheme, with Stafford FM signing up as the first hopeful recipient. Homeowners who have solar panels can nominate a community organisation to have some as well. When a community organisation registers and homeowners who support that cause have between 15 and 40kWP of solar PV panels collectively installed on their homes, Loryan will donate a system of roughly 10 per cent of the total size to that community organisation and install it on their nominated building.