For businesses it is important to consider those utility bills and one of the ways to bring these down is to opt for greener energy sources. Installing a renewable energy technology at your business premises can make all the difference and there are a number of different schemes and incentives established by the government that will help you to cover the cost of installation and even pay you a tariff for a number of years to come.
One example is the renewable heat incentive scheme that has been introduced to help to bring down the amount of carbon that is released into the atmosphere. The use of standard energy sources is gradually to be replaced with systems that include solar energy panels, solar thermal heating and biomass systems. The RHI funding is available but if the heating system is less than 45kw it has to be accredited as part of the Microgeneration Scheme. It includes payments upfront and then on-going payments for several years.
If you are considering solar thermal heating for your company then you need to make sure that your installers are MCS registered so that they can carry out this accreditation for you. Your installers will carry out a site survey so that you can find out what will work for your business premises and which options are not going to be suitable. The survey will also give you a chance to discuss with your installer exactly what it is you want to get from the systems. Reducing your carbon footprint and becoming a greener business has to be an attractive option so make the call today to find out more.
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