Our Renewables department has been providing Biomass, Heat Pump and Solar Thermal solutions for 10 years now and has maintained its reputation as the leading provider in South UK. We offer full training facilities for installers as well as independant advice for customers.

Biomass: We are South UK Partners for the top Austria brand of KWB Biomass boilers with engineers trained at the Factory

Ground Source Heat Pumps:Heating systems designed with Ground Source Heat Pump technology are flexible and more cost effective in the long term than a traditional fossil fuel boiler. If you're currently using heating oil, LPG or electric to heat your home, you could save money on your heating bills and have greater control over your heating. Ground Source Heat Pumps have a lot in common with Air Source Heat Pumps but because of the ground works involved in the installation capital costs are higher.

Air Source Heat Pumps: Heating systems designed with Air Source Heat Pump technology are flexible and more cost effective in the long term than a traditional fossil fuel boiler. If you're currently using heating oil, LPG or electric to heat your home, you could save money on your heating bills and have greater control over your heating.

 Lower fuel bills by increasing the efficiency of your heating system

  • Claim back generous government RHI and FIT incentives
  • Project your company image to customers as a "Green" business
  • Claim back 100% capitol allowances

All of our appliances are on the Government Enhanced Capitol Allowances (ECA) List which means that you can cliam 100% taxable allowances

Quotation from Mathew Guard (MD - Davisons Accountants)

 At present, where a business invests in qualifying plant and equipment, an annual investment allowance (AIA) of 100% of the cost can be deducted from the trading profits up to a limit of £200,000 per annum (this has reduced from £500,000 per annum with effect from 1 January 2016).  Expenditure in excess of these levels qualifies for allowances at just 18% of the cost.

 In addition however, where a business invests in certain environmentally friendly equipment they can claim a 100% first year allowance against their taxable profits over and above the AIA. This can be of particular benefit where capital investment in a year exceeds the AIA and tax relief would otherwise be at the lower level of 18% of the cost. This additional tax saving can help to ‘soften’ the cost of investment and shorten the pay-back period - potentially making the investment more attractive. This enhanced allowance applies to items listed on the Energy Technology List www.gov.uk/etl

 

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