Beacon Energy Today
The Beacon Energy offices are based at Whittle Hill Farm Buildings (). In 1994 the obsolete farm buildings were converted into offices to reflect the ethical philosophies of Beacon Energy. Our peaceful offices in the heart of the countryside are energy efficient and sustainable, operating independently from the national grid and mains water. Our energy consumption is less than half the average for office buildings in the UK. We can honestly say that we practice what we preach.
Renewable Energy Education
The state-of-the art technologies at Beacon Energy provide research opportunities for the renewable energy research centres at Loughborough University, De Montfort University and Nottingham University, all of which have developed with support from Beacon Energy, and have international acclaim.
Fuel for the Future
Beacon Energy is involved with the development of a carbon-neutral fuel produced using renewable energy. Air Fuel Synthesis (AFS) fuels could meet the need for a new source of cheap unlimited transport fuel. AFS is a method of making petrol, diesel and Jet-A, using carbon dioxide from air and water. We believe AFS offers the best solution to an alternative fuel source. To find our more details visit () and check our news page for updates.