Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Information Evening – Saxilby

Following the success of the recent event at Navenby where over 30 people learnt the details of how the Government is helping to fund the cost of installing biomass boilers and heat pumps another event is planned in Saxilby.

On Tuesday 27th May Energy My Way is holding the second of a series of informative evening talks on the newly launched Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive.  It will be held at Saxilby Village Hall at 7.30pm

The evening will consist of a short informative talk on renewable heat technologies ? biomass boilers and heat pumps ? both ground and air source ? with information on how the Domestic RHI finances these installations and save mopey on fuel bills.

This event is aimed at residents of Saxilby, Rampton, Torksey, Kettlethorpe, Newton on Trent, Fenton, Marton, Burton, Laughterton, Sturton Le Steeple and South Leverton, most of whom are having to pay for expensive fuels for heating such as oil, electricity and LPG.

An evening of information giving is promised with no hard sell, just an opportunity for questions and answers from our own expert, Chartered Building Surveyor, Richard Jones.  A free, no obligation survey is then offered for those wishing to find out more in relation to their own homes.

For further information download the Invitation.  It would be helpful if you could RSVP (01522 370268 or, but do feel free to just turn up.

James Eades

By: James Eades

Operations Director, James Eades is EnergyMyWay's in-house expert on renewable energy policy, microgeneration technologies and best practice in the renewable energy industry.