Did you know that heating and hot water accounts for over half of what you spend on your energy bills?
With the energy price cap set to rise from 1 April, it’s now more important than ever to have an efficient heating system that you can control easily, as this could help to reduce your heating bill.
Boilers are the most common type of central heating system in the UK, with around 23 million homes getting their heating and hot water from gas boilers. Read on to learn how to set and use your central heating controls correctly.
With gas prices skyrocketing, energy poverty threatening 80 million Europeans, the EU’s 2030 deadline to slash emission drawing closer, and the conflict with Russia escalating, it has never been clearer that we need to ramp up the heating transition.
The UK government has committed to meeting internationally agreed carbon neutral targets and as natural gas (used in domestic boilers) is a major contributor to carbon emissions, a low carbon alternative such as hydrogen, used in existing equipment, is a likely replacement in the future.
We are providing a rebate of up to $1,000 on solar (or heat pump) hot water systems.
Seek out a quote for your solar hot water installation. You should advise your retailer you intend to apply for the Solar Homes rebate.
Obtaining a quote is necessary to apply for an eligibility number, which your installer will use to confirm that they can go ahead with your installation.
Solar Victoria does not recommend signing a quote acceptance or paying a deposit prior to receiving your rebate eligibility confirmation. As a minimum you should confirm with your retailer that any deposit is fully refundable.
Gas-powered systems use less energy than electric devices. They generate a smaller utility bill over time. When homeowners decrease their energy costs, they also shrink their carbon footprint.
As eco-consumerism reaches the residential sector, homeowners search for sustainable power alternatives. Increasing a property’s energy efficiency and decreasing its carbon emissions can shrink a resident’s footprint. President Biden additionally increased national climate change prevention measures, increasing the sustainability of America’s infrastructure.
Climate change is currently a hot topic, literally. Media stories and new products reach consumers daily, leaving individuals confused. When it comes time to decrease your home’s environmental impact, you can start by evaluating emission challenges.