We work with local Green Deal providers and are happy to give customers advice and assistance when it comes to energy improvements. Whether you are finding it harder to heat your home or business premises or your energy bills are rising month after month, we have the expertise to recommend and provide the ideal energy improvements to your property.
For one property we may recommend cavity wall insulation and for another we might recommend loft insulation or double glazing. The great thing about the Green Deal is that you don’t have to pay a large upfront payment for these works. You simply pay monthly through your energy bills.
Speak to us today to find out more about our Green Deal company and the many options we have available. Reduce your heating bills, increase your energy efficiency.
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We take great pride in the high level of service we offer to our customers and we would be delighted to speak to you today about the services we have to offer.
It’s easy to book your Green Deal assessment and we could have your works underway in a matter of weeks. And if you ever move home and there is still a Green Deal balance remaining on your property, it stays with your property.
The Green Deal is a great way of improving your quality of life, adding value to your home and reducing your energy bills. Speak to us today to find out more Green Deal advice and to arrange your Green Deal energy assessment. You could be enjoying a warmer home or business property before you know it and it won’t cost you an extensive amount of money.
Ace Renewable Energy
15 Camperdown Street,
ANS DD5 3AA
Tel: 01382 520866
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For the average household using 15,000kWh of heat a year, the Renewable Heat Incentive could provide the following benefits if solar thermal panels and a biomass boiler were installed at the tariffs originally proposed:
13,700kWh of heat generated paying the homeowner £1,400 a year (the kW difference being made up through energy efficiency measures such as insulation)
Biomass fuel costs could be as much as £575 per year
Therefore the total annual benefit would be £825 per year
Committee on Climate Change says the sooner the UK invests in low-carbon power generation the cheaper it will be Investing in new renewable power generation, rather than a "dash for gas"