Micro chp boiler
As national energy prices continue to rise, it has become more and more important to consider how your home is powered. And Micro CHP units have proved very popular, not only heating the home, but producing electricity too.
Micro CHP boilers are powered by gas or LPG, whilst oil fired systems are being looked into as well. Despite all of these being fossil fuels, Micro CHP units are considered as low carbon technologies as they’re far more efficient than using standard grid energy.
They look similar to a normal domestic boiler and can be attached to a wall or left freestanding. And essentially the main difference is they’ll generate electricity for your home too, providing you with a two-for-one system.
There are plenty of benefits to give Micro CHP boilers great consideration too. Not only are they eligible to receive feed-in tariff payments, but they’re easy to install and much more efficiency than most boilers in the UK.
- Produce electricity and heat for your home at a cheaper rate
- Earn a guaranteed income with the Government’s feed-in tariff scheme, saving hundreds of pounds every single year
- Easy installation and they look similar to a standard boiler
- The costs and maintenance work out around the same as a boiler
- You’ll make greater carbon savings, giving the environment a helping hand.
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AAA ELECTRICALOLD HALL COTTAGE, ROTHERHAM - S65 3AQ
Inyo Energy1-3 King's Meadow Ferry Hinksey Road, OXFORD - OX2 0DP
ENERGY HOW UK100, GLASGOW - G2 1PJ
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Micro chp boiler Projects in the UK in December 2019
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