You’ve seen above how financially beneficial it was for Simon Brookes to switch to renewable heat, and now there’s even more of a reason – as the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has released a consultation on raising the level of support for large biomass boilers, ground source heat pumps and solar thermal installations and kept the same financial incentive for small and medium-sized biomass boilers.

In particular, any companies looking towards solar thermal could see a rise from 9.2p to 10p per unit, while those interested in installing ground source heat pumps could see the tariff rise dramatically from 4.8p per unit to 7.2p per unit.

SunGift Energy has been carrying out an increased number of commercial renewable heat installations recently, including biomass boilers for farmers and landowners and heat pumps for clients including Devon County Council.

Find out how you can make the most of the opportunity to reduce your business’s reliance on fossil fuels, boost your green credentials, and lower your running costs dramatically ( or call one of our experts to see how we can help design a bespoke solution for you.