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What to do in a power cut and how does it affect your heating system?

Power cuts sometimes happen, and when they do, they’re usually at the most inconvenient time. Fortunately, with summer approaching, you won’t be left in the dark as long – however, you still need to consider your other appliances, including your boiler.

#heating  #heat pumps  #boilers  #energy monitoring  #battery  #guides 
4 months ago, 239 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Renewable energy solutions with 50five

As the country (and the world) works towards a greener future, there is a growing demand for small-scale renewable energy solutions. 

#evbox  #installation  #energy efficiency  #heat pumps 
6 months ago, 209 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) closure – what’s next?

The Feed-in-Tariff scheme closed to new applicants on 31 March 2019 – households already registered onto the tariff with an existing system will be unaffected by the changes to the scheme.

#solar panels  #installation  #heating  #energy efficiency 
6 months ago, 220 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Case study: Tesla Powerwall

Having had Solar PV panels installed at his family home some years ago, Steve noticed he wasn’t getting as much value for money as he should.

#installation  #energy efficiency  #tesla  #solar panels 
6 months ago, 471 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Gas safety checks – what does this mean for boilers?

It is vital for gas appliances to be regularly checked – especially your gas powered boiler. Completing regular gas safety checks can prevent gas leaks, potential carbon monoxide leaks and more

#heating  #energy efficiency  #installation 
6 months ago, 400 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

50five announced winners of the 2019 East Midlands, Boiler & Heating Installer of the Year

50five was announced the winner of the 2019 East Midlands Boiler & Heating Installer of the Year, at the regional Energy Efficiency Awards on Friday 15 March.

Posted in: Climate/Energy

Mitsubishi Ecodan - how does it work?

The Mitsubishi Ecodan is an air source heat pump, designed to generate renewable energy within your household.

Posted in: Climate/Energy

Which type of boiler is best for me?

There are so many types of boilers, finding the right one for your home can feel like a long, daunting prospect. But this shouldn’t be the case.

Posted in: Smart Home BasicsClimate/Energy

Heating your home – efficiently

Energy efficiency ratings are fast becoming a deciding factor when purchasing a new home. Your potential new home (and current, if you’re looking to sell) should be well insulated and produce a low, if-not zero, carbon footprint.

Posted in: Climate/Energy
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What to do in a power cut and how does it affect your heating system?

Power cuts sometimes happen, and when they do, they’re usually at the most inconvenient time. Fortunately, with summer approaching, you won’t be left in the dark as long – however, you still need to consider your other appliances, including your boiler.

#heating  #heat pumps  #boilers  #energy monitoring  #battery  #guides 
4 months ago, 239 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Renewable energy solutions with 50five

As the country (and the world) works towards a greener future, there is a growing demand for small-scale renewable energy solutions. 

#evbox  #installation  #energy efficiency  #heat pumps 
6 months ago, 209 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) closure – what’s next?

The Feed-in-Tariff scheme closed to new applicants on 31 March 2019 – households already registered onto the tariff with an existing system will be unaffected by the changes to the scheme.

#solar panels  #installation  #heating  #energy efficiency 
6 months ago, 220 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Case study: Tesla Powerwall

Having had Solar PV panels installed at his family home some years ago, Steve noticed he wasn’t getting as much value for money as he should.

#installation  #energy efficiency  #tesla  #solar panels 
6 months ago, 471 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Gas safety checks – what does this mean for boilers?

It is vital for gas appliances to be regularly checked – especially your gas powered boiler. Completing regular gas safety checks can prevent gas leaks, potential carbon monoxide leaks and more

#heating  #energy efficiency  #installation 
6 months ago, 400 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

50five announced winners of the 2019 East Midlands, Boiler & Heating Installer of the Year

50five was announced the winner of the 2019 East Midlands Boiler & Heating Installer of the Year, at the regional Energy Efficiency Awards on Friday 15 March.

Posted in: Climate/Energy

Mitsubishi Ecodan - how does it work?

The Mitsubishi Ecodan is an air source heat pump, designed to generate renewable energy within your household.

Posted in: Climate/Energy

Which type of boiler is best for me?

There are so many types of boilers, finding the right one for your home can feel like a long, daunting prospect. But this shouldn’t be the case.

Posted in: Smart Home BasicsClimate/Energy

Heating your home – efficiently

Energy efficiency ratings are fast becoming a deciding factor when purchasing a new home. Your potential new home (and current, if you’re looking to sell) should be well insulated and produce a low, if-not zero, carbon footprint.

Posted in: Climate/Energy
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