The Energy Conservation Group Reviews
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Newest Review: ... courts , tv watchdog programmes etyc etc etc . There is a daily mail story about these rip off merchants. Its the same company, same address, same junkmail postcards and same fleets of commission fueled liars and oversellers backed up by a nationwide collection of sub contractors of various standards. I ordered a heat pump from this company and the installation engineers turned up with ... more
Customer The Energy Conservation Group Reviews (5)
by Pauline Hopkins - written on 15/02/13
We purchased our solar panels in December 2011 - but were told the end of last year that they are no longer trading. We are pleased with the panels and the income; but unfortunately, we had no idea this company keeps changing its trading name.So we are left with no warranty, etc and I see they are still advertising on the internet. We went with this company, as they seemed professional (albeit a little pushy); but generally were pleased with them. I understand a lot of solar panel companies have gone bust - due to the FIT payment being reduced - but then so are the costs of panels.We also went with this company due to their buy back scheme; which is also useless now.
by Nick Good - written on 24/10/12
The Energy Conservation Group formerly Staywarm formerly Simplee Solar have gone bust again. Type "Simplee solar complaints " into google to see who you are dealing with.
by - written on 18/05/12 (Useful, 132 readings)
The Energy Conservation group used to be Staywarm and before that were Simplee Solar. All from the same address in Three Legged Cross, Dorset. It wont be long until they have another rebrand and shed another load of warranties for poor installs. If you type Simplee Solar into google you can find details of miselling, fines of £40K in Bournemouth courts , tv watchdog programmes etyc etc etc . There is a daily mail story about these rip off merchants. Its the same company, same address, same junkmail postcards and same fleets of commission fueled liars and oversellers backed up by a nationwide collection of sub contractors of various standards. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/11 (Somewhat useful, 209 readings)
I'm not an authority on solar power by any means, but I have always been immensely interested in the idea that we can use renewable energy resources that cost nothing and do not deplete the earth of its rapidly disappearing oil. I've always been amazed at the portrayal green energy has in the press. I imagine this is because the world is run on oil. Entire economies depend on it. Anyway, I used the Energy Conservation Group earlier this year and have had a great experience. i'm not one for posting things on the review sites, but needed to in this instance. We normally spent around £200 a year on eelectric and good ol' gas before investing and immediately, our bills have . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/11, updated on 15/03/11 (Very useful, 502 readings)
I, like many, want to do my bit to Save The Planet. Almost daily we are told that we greedy human beings are raping the planet of its precious resources and polluting the atmosphere with our ill-considered disposal of the "waste" products of our hunger for power. Actually, it seems to be mostly the larger industrial nations, old and new, that are guilty of the most heinous crimes. Many smaller ones, such as the Scandinavian nations, seem to have understood the problem and done something about it. For instance, rather than send "waste heat" up in clouds of steam as most of our power stations seem to do, countries such as Sweden make use ... Read the complete review