Eligibility for the RHPP Householders in properties not heated by gas from the Grid can apply for the RHPP if they:· Currently use oil, liquid gas, solid fuel or electricity for heating (although ALL householders can apply for solar thermal panels)· Live in England, Scotland or Wales(for Northern Ireland go online and search for “DETI RHPP”)· Have installed a renewable heating system after 21…
 31,100 winter deaths due to ‘poor insulated homes’ The UK saw a steep rise in the number of winter deaths last year, with charity and green groups claiming it was a result of “poor insulated homes”.There was an extra 31,100 winter deaths in England and Wales last year – a 29% rise compared to the previous winter, according to the…
Bishop Grosseteste University New Accommodation Bishop Grosseteste University was established in 1862 with a long standing reputation as an independent higher education institution. Having demolished the old accommodation block during the summer break of 2013 and building a purpose built student accommodation requiring upgrading of the switch gear and new panel board with sub main plus interfacing the new fire…
Solar Hot Water Yarborough Leisure Centre. The establishment was suffering from an inadequate supply of hot water for public showering. We designed a solution which would incorporate an additional 1000 litre pre-heat hot water cylinder solar thermal with electric heating as a backup. From conception to planning, drawings, structural calculations for a fully MCS approved system which will give an…
  DECC Press Notice: The heat is on for householders 12 July 2013 Householders could get paid hundreds of pounds a year for heat generated by solar thermal panels, biomass boilers and heat pumps, Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker confirmed today. The tariff levels have been set at 7.3p/kWh for air source heat pumps; 12.2p/kWh for biomass boilers;…
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