The ground source heat pump paybacks are considerably higher than most forms of renewable technology, particularly as ground source heating still qualifies for the government incentive.
A ground source heat pump is a great choice if you are looking to cut fuel costs or make your project as eco and efficient as possible.
Due to their high efficiency, ground source heat pumps have extremely low running costs in comparison to other forms of heating.
A ground source heat pump is a sure-fired way to reduce your reliance on fossil fuels. Although, you will still be reliant on electricity supply, this can be responsibly sourced from various renewable energy providers.
And whilst the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is available why not take advantage and have your heat source heavily subsidised.
RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive)
The Renewable Heat Incentive is the amount paid to you, from the government, for having a renewable heat source installed instead of using fossil fuels.
Our initial survey will provide you with an estimate of expected RHI return. The maximum ground source heat pump payback you can expect to receive is up to £30,000 over a seven-year period. The amount you will be entitled to is determined by your property’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). To apply for the RHI you must have a valid EPC dated within the last two years and only then will we be able to confirm the amount of RHI return.
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