More and more people in the UK are moving towards zero carbon heating, installing an air source heat pump is one of the biggest first steps you can take.
Boris Johnson recently announced a ten point plan to lead the UK into a greener and more sustainable future.
Manfred Klumpenaar is the new CEO of 50five Group and replaces Isabella Namèche, who will focus on a new challenge. Besides Manfred and Egbert Hietberg, Isabella was involved in the realisation of the ambitions 50five has to create a leading digital platform for home solutions since the beginning.
The switch from oil to electric heating may be daunting for many, but with Government funding currently available, there's no better time to switch!
Air source heat pumps are the heating of the future, there's no better time to make the switch with Government funding available making initial purchase costs more affordable.
Late last year the Government released the Green Home Grant scheme aimed at helping households across England to increase their energy efficiency but how can it help you?
With the world going through unprecedented times, everyone could use a little extra money. One of the easiest ways to save money is to ensure your home is as energy efficient as it can be through the coldest months of the year. Below we look into a few things you can do to achieve this.
Following the revolution in the domestic heating industry, which is mainly characterised by the usage of zero carbon-emitting heat pumps, the demand for a more efficient heating system has emerged.
Air source heat pumps are a relatively new renewable heating technology that are getting homeowners to rethink the way they heat their home.