Energy Efficiency Specialists

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Domestic & Commercial heating specialists

Boiler installation fuelled by gas, oil or biomass (wood fuelled)

Full central heating systems fully installed

System upgrades to more efficient systems

Advise on best options for heating your home or workspace

Servicing and maintenance including landlord safety checks

Commercial biomass systems

All plumbing jobs eg. taps, ball valves, cylinders, sinks etc undertaken





The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the Government's principal mechanism for driving forward the transition to deployment of renewable and low carbon heat over the coming decades. The RHI is a key contributor in achieving the UK's share of the EU's renewable energy targets and Carbon Plan, which provides the two key objectives of the scheme.


1. To increase the deployment of renewable heat technologies in order to keep the UK on track to meet the 2020 target in the most cost effective way. The Renewable Energy Strategy 2009 outlined that heat could contribute 12% (72 TWh) towards meeting this target.


2. To contribute to the UK's carbon targets of achieving an 80% reduction by 2050.


The Renewable Heat Incentive is a financial incentive scheme for renewable heath generation that will help the UK reduce carbon emission and hit its EU renewable energy targets. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is responsible for the policy and regulations underpinning the scheme, while Ofgem administrator the scheme on behalf of DECC.


Phase 1 of the Renewable Heat Incentive supports generators in non-domestic sectors (industrial, commercial, public sector and not-for-profit). A domestic Renewable Heat Incentive has launched as of the 09/04/ 2014 and makes a very attractive proposition for space heating systems .


This scheme is overseen by DECC and The Energy Saving Trust (EST). For more information on the RHPP visit The Energy Saving Trust website or call 0800-512-012.


 The product and installer used must be certified under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MSC) for your installation to be eligible under the RHI. HETAS approve over 300 biomass appliances and also registers biomass and solar thermal installers on the MCS scheme. The amount received as part of the RHi depends upon the technology you are applying for,


Biomass boilers 12.2 pence per kWh of heat energy produced


the average 4 bedroom house using 40 000 kw hours of heat energy


this equates to £4880.00 payment per year ,


this is paid for 7 years and is index linked .






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