Heating and ventilation systems have traditionally consumed a lot of energy and relied for the most part on power derived from fossil fuels. But with carbon emissions contributing so significantly to climate change, and governments setting targets for reductions in those emissions, we at Frontline Energy feel responsible to promote, develop and implement more energy-efficient heating and cooling systems.
Cleaner, more efficient means of powering and heating residential and commercial buildings will help to reduce consumer energy bills and the costs associated with disposing the waste created from its generation.
Identifying new energy technologies or improving efficiencies of current heating solutions will help reduce the level of carbon emissions into the environment that lead to climate change.
Finding energy alternatives to fossil fuels to heat and power our homes and businesses will lower emissions of harmful gases like carbon dioxide.
With global energy requirements increasing, energy innovation is concerned with identifying means of energy production that are reliable and dependable enough to meet the needs of a growing population, and which are cleaner to generate and store.