Domestic RHI Annoucement expected at Ecobuild

DECCIt has been reported that the formal launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive will be during Ecobuild 4th-6th March 2014.

This will be fantastic news for homeowners who have been awaiting this final confirmation that the the promised incentives will actually be delivered.   Energy My Way has already been busy undertaking installations of biomass boilers and Air and Ground Source Heat pumps in anticipation of this and is prepared for the expected increase in installations this spring and summer.

When there is an incentive for any form of technology it is important that the quality of both the equipment supplied and the installation is of a standard that will last into the long term.  Whilst there will always be installers offering lower cost installations, the fact is that you get what you pay for.  EnergyMyWay has carefully selected supply partners that have proven track records across many decades so their equipment has robust guarantees and can be relied upon to last.

Any form of heating needs to be maintained and unlike some companies that will just jump on the RHI bandwagon, EnergyMyWay has been installing renewable heat technologies since its inception.  We therefore understand the small things in an installation that make all the difference to performance and know what is involved to maintain such systems and to ensure that performance and the expected lower bills stay that way.

Introduction to the RHI Ofgem document

For more information about the RHI and renewable heat technologies contact your nearest EnergyMyWay office.

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.