More efficient heat pumps, bigger returns

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This month the way in which a heat pump’s efficiency is measured changed to a seasonal co-efficient of performance (SCOP) rating. Certification bodies use this rating to determine if a heat pump meets the requirements for the Renewable Heat Incentive, which pays users a quarterly income based on the heat pump’s efficiency of heat produced against electricity used.

The good news? Under the new calculations, the vast majority of the heat pumps we install have become more efficient, meaning even bigger returns to the user. Find out more about the Renewable Heat Incentive and how heat pumps can save money on your bills while at the same time earning you an income.

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