EURL A.M.I., in Saint Malo, offers an unequalled choice of all kinds of renewable energy sources. Derek Andrews (ex Northampton & Bristol) resident in France since 2000 in the commercial area near to the CARREFOUR shopping centre
- We offer wind turbines… Bladed types from 200W for boats, mobile homes etc through to 30KW machines that could be used to supply clean and green electricity for the next 25+ years either wholly to the EDF national grid or shared with the grid… you sell your excess back to EDF. Vertical axis turbines, look like a big weather vane turning in the wind. Available from 300W for battery charging through to 20KW with even bigger ones planned, that are used just like the bladed types to produce big amounts of electricity 365 days a year. Prices start from just €850 including VAT rising to €20000 for a 5KW package and onwards to over €100 000 for the largest systems
- Photovoltaic… solar electricity panels… from 10W through to thousands of kilowatts for all uses… charging batteries, powering caravans, houses and even reselling to EDF… if you have a big enough house, EDF pay over €0.55 per KWh for solar integrated plate which means that with 5KW on the roof (50m²) all your energy bills, local and national taxes could be paid BY THE SUN!!
- Then comes our Solar hot water heating systems, airsouce heat pumps, and all the paraphernalia that is available, plus batteries, on grid and off grid inverters, complete installations for houses that have no EDF power…. we have the answer for 99% of all renewable energy needs… try us, you won't be disappointed
French website with English pages access:
http://www.un-ami-en-france.com or telephone us on 02 99 82 15 99 or even write to: EURL A.M.I., 8 place du Manoir, 35400 Saint Malo… we can be also contacted via Skype…. amifrance
Fully French registered: RCS de St Malo (2005 B 128) 481 462 117 000 13
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