£1300 if you Install an Air Source Heat Pump Before Christmas

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PRESS RELEASE (10/16/2013) – There is currently £1300 available if you install an air source heat pump before Christmas. The money is offered under the government’s RHPP ) Renewable Heat Premium Payments) scheme, a precursor to the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive). The funds are available to any MCS accredited installation and can be claimed when the system is commissioned.

As the RHPP is aimed at stimulating demand before the RHI is launched in Spring 2014, it is unlikely to last much longer. The £1300 is a prepayment of the last tranche of the RHI grant, it thus drags your funding forward.

By acting quickly you will be able to claim your £1300 up front and start to benefit from the RHI scheme during 2014.

Daniel White from Global Energy Systems commented:

“Time is running out to claim the RHPP £1300 payment. The Government is unlikely to keep it alive much beyond Christmas as the launch of the RHI approaches. If you act quickly, you can be paid the 7th year of your RHI grant before the scheme even starts.”

Global Energy Systems is a British, renewable energy manufacturer and installer supported by over 50 years of international engineering experience. Three generations have been involved in the company, each innovating and developing engineering excellence.

The last seven years have been dedicated to the development of heat pump, renewable energy technology through high performance, specifically air source heat pumps. Our British designed and built Eco Air Boilers heat pumps provide central heating and hot water and can reduce carbon emissions by up to 60% and heating bills by up to 60%. They are designed and built to work specifically with the UK climate and to outperform LPG, oil and electric systems for the duration of their 25 year life.

Global Energy Systems was recently awarded a Shell Springboard Award for our work on carbon reducing technologies. Shell described us as “A new player in the race against time to find alternative sources of energy.”



Daniel White


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