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ECO (energy company obligation)
Q: CAN I GET A FREE BOILER, INCLUDING INSTALLATION TO REPLACE MY OLD ONE?
A: YES-(IF YOU MEET THE CRITERIA)
ECO is part of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO); and affordable warmth a government initiative funded by the utility companies.
This grant helps low income households with higher fuel poverty to become more energy efficient and have lower bills.
Eligible households with an old boiler, or one that's not working, can apply to install a new A-rated boiler for free. Including tenants and landlords (tenants will need landlords permission).
So not only will you have a brand new boiler installed that will be guaranteed, you could save up to £300 a year on gas bills and save on monthly maintenance policies that you may have.
It couldn't be easier.
All of our engineers have undertaken extensive training, so you can be assured that you will be in safe hands.
If you don't qualify for a FREE BOILER then the Green Deal Finance Scheme can provide a loan, as an alternative, enabling you to carry out energy efficient home improvements at no upfront cost.
DO YOU RECEIVE ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING?
State Pension Credit
Child Tax Credit
Working Tax Credit
Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance
Income Related Employment and Support Allowance
If the answer is yes to any of the above, you could be entitled to a FREE boiler.
The Green Deal is a ground breaking home improvement initiative launched
by the Government to enable consumers to make energy efficient upgrades
to their properties without having to pay the costs upfront.
Products likely to be offered under Green Deal will include cavity and solid
wall insulation, double glazing, boilers and air source heat pumps.
In the quest to meet carbon reduction targets and drive down the cost of energy bills the revolutionary scheme will allow consumers to benefit immediately from energy efficient upgrades and pay back the costs over a period of time.
Private companies will be able to provide Green Deal loans to cover the costs of the energy efficient upgrades and recuperate the costs via monthly instalments on the property energy bills.
Unlike a conventional loan, the green deal loan costs are attached to the property and not the bill payer. This means that if you are no longer responsible for the property, the repayments remain with the property and become the responsibility of the new owner.
What energy efficient measures come under the Green Deal?
Energy efficient improvements available under the Green Deal scheme range from
cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation and loft insulation to draught proofing,
double glazing and energy saving lighting upgrades. A-rated condensing boilers
and micro generation renewable technologies such as air source heat pumps and
solar panels will also be covered.
Biomass & RHI (renewable heat incentive) GET PAID FOR HEATING YOUR HOME !!!
Energy 2 Green Deal accumulated expertise in the design engineering and particulars of renewable heating systems
puts us in a position to offer the best solutions at every stage of the installation process, from planning through to commissioning and later servicing and maintenance.
Some of the initial major benefits to installing a biomass heating system include significant carbon savings, running cost savings,
fuel security and reduced price volatility.
At Energy 2 Green Deal we can help you make the most of these benefits through our developed understanding of our biomass heating systems.
What is it?
Biomass is organic non-fossil material of biological origin, from a wide range of sources.
Biomass offers an environmentally-friendly heating fuel which can provide up to 90% efficient, carbon neutral heating for domestic, industrial and district settings alike. Schemes such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) offer financial benefits for the use of biomass for heat, beyond the obvious savings inherent in the lower cost of biomass over fossil fuels.
Energy 2 Green Deal can offer advice on how the conversion to a biomass heating system can result not only in environmentally-friendly heating but a more sustainable set of bills for you.
Although biomass and fossil fuels share in the same raw materials, the CO2 and other elements released in the combustion of biomass for heat are already within the relevant carbon cycles, so the environmental balance is maintained and the result is carbon neutral heating?
Carbon Neutral Heating
As biomass heating fuels are broken down or burned, the CO2 absorbed over the life of those plants or trees is released. When sustainably sourced biomass heating fuels are burned, the plants already being grown to produce future stocks of fuel in turn absorb the CO2 produced, through photosynthesis. Provided the source of the biomass heating fuels is sustainable, the combustion of biomass for heat produces no net CO2 emissions at a basic level. This is why biomass heating in a responsibly managed system delivers carbon neutral, eco-friendly heating.
Although the end-product is eco-friendly heating, some net emissions are produced through the boiler manufacturing process and delivery of biomass heating fuels. These vary with circumstance and can be minimised by ensuring the entire system is well designed. Responsible local fuel sourcing, innovative and intelligent feed systems and an environmentally-friendly approach to the overall installation are all vital in ensuring systems using biomass for heat achieve optimum economy.
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