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Option 1 - A Self Funding Option for £13,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

•    Receive government Renewable Heat Incentive (R.H.I.) payments which pay for the system over 7 years

 

Option 2 - A Funded Option for £5,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

Boiler grants are being allocated throughout the UK, and are available to many housing associations, landlords and tenants in England, Scotland and Wales, as part of the 2017 Government funded energy efficiency scheme.

In qualifying households, energy suppliers will install a free replacement energy efficient boiler.

Solar PV+ Optimiser

This is a new product aimed at improving the efficiency of a Solar PV System by 25%.

The problem faced by Solar systems is that when it is generating at full capacity the inverter often switches over to Over-Voltage Mode and ceases to generate at all. This is due to 50%+ of UK households receiving too much voltage into their homes. Although this is is within a safe and regulated amount, the result is that you could be losing 25% of the peak efficiency of the Solar System.

Energy Storage
 

  • 'Plug & Play' Installation
  • Small, Compact Design
  • Very Lightweight
  • Online system monitoring

Saving Energy Group are are delighted to announce the imminent launch of the new SolaX Power 48V battery solutions. These batteries are designed and manufactured in partnership with LG Chem, SolaX will be offering 3.3 & 6.5kWh options, boasting a 6,000 cycle lifespan with a 10 year (3,000 cycle) warranty and 95% depth of discharge.

Free Option

Get Green energy fixed for life and secure your energy against future price increases. Fixing our energy is a smart way to get solar.

Option 1 - A Self Funding Option for £13,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

•    Receive government Renewable Heat Incentive (R.H.I.) payments which pay for the system over 7 years

 

Option 2 - A Funded Option for £5,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

In an uninsulated home, about a quarter of heat generated will rise and be lost through the roof. Insulating the roof and loft space of your home is the simplest, most cost-effective way of saving energy and reducing your heating bills. Insulation should be applied to the loft area to a depth of at least 270mm, both between the joists and above, as the joists themselves create a "heat bridge" and transfer heat to the air above. With modern insulating materials and techniques, it is still possible to use the space as a habitable space or for storage by using insulated floor panels.

Boiler grants are being allocated throughout the UK, and are available to many housing associations, homeowners and tenants in England, Scotland and Wales, as part of the 2017 Government-funded energy efficiency scheme.

In qualifying households, energy suppliers will install a free replacement energy efficient boiler.

Does this sound too good to be true?

As a result of the Kyoto Treaty the UK Government has ambitious targets to hit in reducing the UK's greenhouse emissions.

As part of the government’s strategy to achieve this, they are offering dairy farmers the funding to become completely off grid, removing all energy bills and reducing the carbon footprint of their farm by investing in a new Biolectric Micro AD technology.

Does this sound too good to be true?

As a result of the Kyoto Treaty the UK Government has ambitious targets to hit in reducing the UK's greenhouse emissions.

As part of the government’s strategy to achieve this, they are offering dairy farmers the funding to become completely off grid, removing all energy bills and reducing the carbon footprint of their farm by investing in a new Biolectric Micro AD technology.