This Biomass Boiler at Puddleduck Valley saves the owners £6,200 per year on their heating bill and the Renewable Heat Incentive rewards them with a further £6,600 per year. Added to the huge savings, the holiday business can now claim a cleaner, greener energy ethos.
This 18th century farm house was heated by oil with the owner suffering crippling ever-increasing bills. Without enough space for a Biomass Boiler, EnergyMyWay was charged with investigating alternative renewable heating options.
Thanks to the government’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, this Biomass Boiler at a Devon farm will pay for itself in less than 6 years and earn the farm a staggering £10,000 a year in oil bill savings and incentive payments.
An old, expensive, oil-fuelled boiler needed replacing, so the client approached EnergyMyWay looking for a more economical heating system, which would also give him a return on his investment. Renewable energy could not only offer cheaper bills but also an income representing greater returns than an ISA.
Aware of the financial advantages of the Feed-in Tariff, Mr Sanger approached EnergyMyWay looking for the optimum Solar PV solution that would generate tax-free income and minimise future energy bills.
Rising energy bills prompted Mrs Jinman to find out if she could reduce her energy costs with Solar PV panels. Now she generates nearly £500 a year in savings and tax-free payments.
Mr Carter approached EnergyMyWay looking for the best way to reduce his electricity bills. He was also aware of the tax-free cash back available from the Feed-in Tariff and wanted to take advantage of the scheme.
This rural property was already heated using Biomass fuel but the existing boiler was old and in a state of disrepair. The client approached EnergyMyWay looking for a solution that would not only allow them to continue using a low cost, sustainable fuel source, but also earn them a government subsidy to cover installation costs.
This young family approached EnergyMyWay looking for ways to reduce the running costs of their home, in particular their hot water usage.
This new self-build property is off the mains gas grid so the owner was looking for a cost effective off-grid heating system to provide long-term lower cost energy bills.