Renewable Energy for your home

Heating through renewables can save money on energy bills and secure an income from the Government for generating your own electricity and producing your own heat.

Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps absorb heat from the air outside, and then use it to heat your home via radiators or underfloor heating, and can also be used to heat water.

Whilst they use electricity to run, because they extract the heat from the air, even in temperatures as low as -15°C, the energy they produce is highly renewable.

An additional benefit of the renewable nature of the energy source is that ASHPs can qualify for payments through the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive, meaning you get paid for installing the renewable technology. You can find out more about RHI here:

Air source heat pumps provide heat and hot water all year round. Highly efficient, for every unit of energy they use, they generate 3 or more to heat your home – that’s 300% efficient!


Installing solar PV panels on your home means you can save money on you energy bills and you will receive a payment from the Government’s Feed-in-Tariff. If you don’t use all the energy you produce, you can sell it back to the grid. To find out more visit

Solar Thermal

Solar thermal panels on your home will allow you to generate hot water all year. You can also claim incentive payments from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Payments are available to customers for generating their own electricity through the Government Feed-in-Tariff. Similarly, payments are also available for those who generate their own heat through the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

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Our Promise

All installers working as part of the Warmer Communities Partnership are checked and vetted to ensure that they are fully qualified to survey and install any energy saving home improvement in your homes. Our compliance team have verified their competency levels and insurance which can be provided to any applicant should this be requested

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