Air source heat pumps are an extremely efficient way to provide heat and hot water to homes and businesses in Sussex. Heat pumps can be combined with solar hot water to heat your Sussex home. View our case studies to see how you could benefit from a heat pump installation.
Air source heat pumps can lower fuel bills and also reduce your carbon footprint. Heat pumps do not require fuel deliveries and can provide space heating and hot water. Heat pumps are often classed as "fit and forget" as the technology used needs so little maintenance. Many parts of Europe regularly use a heat pump for energy and is ideal in areas without a natural gas supply for heating and hot water.
We are receiving calls from Ice Energy customers who are looking for alternatives for their heat pump servicing and installation. We are happy to advise on the best route forward for incomplete installations. Please call us on 01323 745 721.
The Green Homes Grant 2020 scheme is an investment by the UK government in energy efficiency to provide long term benefits to homeowners and the environment by reducing both fuel bills and carbon emissions. The scheme starts in September 2020 and is running until March 2021.
Read more about the Green Homes Grant at ohmenergy.co.uk.
Heat Pump Sussex is part of OHM Energy Ltd and is dedicated to providing expert advice regarding the design and installation of heat pump systems. Our main business OHM Energy supplies, designs and installs various renewable energy systems such as solar PV, biomass etc. Our teams work closely together to give unbiased and in-depth advice for each of the systems and products.
If you are considering other technologies or would like to see more of what we do, please visit us at ohmenergy.co.uk.
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use naturally replenished energy can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions.
People who join the scheme and stick to its rules, receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, green renewable heat their system produces.