Many consumers who have some understanding of how a heat pump works know that it uses energy from the outside air or the ground to produce heating and hot water for your home and/or business. To run the heat pump it uses electricity, so an air source heat pump can produce 3KW or more from 1KW of electricity and a ground source heat pump can produce 3.5KW or more...
Green Square have now introduced a Renewable Heat Incentive calculator, serving as a personalized estimation tool to calculate accurately how much you can save, as well as your earnings over a seven year period with the governments Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) using your renewable products.
Air Source heat pumps offer the perfect alternative to traditional heating systems catered conveniently to all sizes of properties and businesses through our extensive range of products.Air Source Heat Pumps are incredibly efficient - for every 2.5kW of heat transferred into your home it only uses 1kW of electricity, which is a performance efficiency of 250%.
The capacity of battery storage is set to soar to an impressive 1.6 GW by the year 2020. This is a vast increase from the capacity of 24MW, recorded in January 2016. So why and how is this set to rise and what benefits can be offered from battery storage in the UK?
The key is that the UK has seen an increase in both large companies as well as landowners who can now see why using power storage can benefit them. This potential involves making income from an easy installment process, whilst generating and maintaining your own supply and living self-sufficiently.
Green Square want to help demystify questions surrounding the Renewable Heat Incentive. To do this, we share our expertise, in order for you - the customer, to make knowledgeable and educated decisions regarding your future renewable energy products. We have listed estimations with specific price examples that can help answer these questions about Biomass Boilers, Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground source heat pumps work by drawing heat from the ground, transferring the heat by pumping water through it and eventually distributing it via your under floor heating and radiator systems, or warm air heating systems. Read more about these versatile renewable energy products and what we can offer here...