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Cheshire West Renewable energy specialists helping home owners, schools, farmers and businesses in Cheshire and North Wales

Jake Johnson

Regional Director

17 Elizabeth Crescent
Queen’s Park

Chester
Cheshire
CH4 7AY

01244 683713

About EnergyMyWay: Cheshire West

Renewable Energy for Homes and Businesses

We provide independent, specialist advice to help you assess your renewable technology options and make an informed decision about whether a renewable energy installation will deliver the results you’re looking for.

  • Lower your bills by generating your own energy at home or work
  • Earn money from Feed-in Tariff and Renewable Heat Incentive
  • Reduce carbon emissions and limit your carbon tax liabilities

EnergyMyWay is a fully accredited installer of Solar PV, Solar Thermal, Ground and Air Source Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers and Wind Turbines.

 

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Your comments

EnergyMyWay have been the perfect partner ... keeping us informed every step of the way
Reverend Charles Royden, 21 February 2015
We are delighted with the whole process and very excited about our new system
Sara McDouall, Home owner , 19 April 2014

Recent News

Feed-in-Tariff for Solar PV ending April 2019

The UK has seen a huge growth in the number of Solar PV installations since the government introduced the Feed-in-Tariff scheme in 2010 with many homeowners enjoying the multiple benefits the scheme offered. Homeowners and businesses who have had a Solar PV array installed before the April 2019 deadline will…

August 22nd, 2018

2 years on – what the Feed-in Tariff looks like

8 February 2016 is a date reviled by the UK’s domestic solar industry. On that day a revised version of the small-scale feed-in tariff came into effect. It’s a date that will be firmly etched into UK renewables folklore, one that flipped an entire industry on its head and one,…

February 13th, 2018

Changes to RHI Regulations

New regulations have come into force today which change the way that Domestic RHI payments are now calculated. A cap has been introduced which limits the eligible kWh that can be claimed against RHI payments.  These are: Ground Source Heat Pump: 30,000kWh Air Source Heat Pump: 20,000kWh Biomass Boiler: 30,000kWh Domestic…

September 20th, 2017

RHI rates increased – ASHP rate up 33%!

The long awaited response to the RHI consultation paper was published yesterday and unlike the previous Government consultations actually contains positive steps to continue RHI support. The document summary is below: The scheme will continue to support all four technologies currently supported by the scheme. The tariffs for new ASHPs…

December 15th, 2016

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