The Micro generation Certification Scheme (MCS) is the accreditation scheme for the domestic renewable energy sector. An MCS certificate for a heat pump installation should ensure access to the government grant.
As an MCS certified installer and manufacturer Global Energy Systems will ensure all the guidelines are met and all documents will be handed over to support your applications for grants.
There are small pockets of money available from other sources for heat pump projects. The farming industry has some available for instance. If your project is for a community resource, such as a village hall the Landfill Communities Fund may be able to help Click here for information from entrust.org.uk .
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) grant offers a £5000 voucher towards the capital cost of the heating system and installation. As the government pushes towards our goal of reaching net-zero by 2050 the BUS scheme has been introduced to help homeowners substantially reduce their carbon footprint along with the potential to reduce their heating and hot water bills. The scheme is now open for applications for homeowners of existing dwellings, self build properties and also for commercial buildings with up to a 45kW heat load. The BUS scheme is only available in England and Wales. We offer technical surveys to establish the eligibility of your property, run cost and carbon savings as well as capital costs
Global Energy Systems hold a consumer credit licence and as such can suggest finance options for your home. If you are interested in more information please contact us.
The options on finance for businesses are far wider and Global Energy Systems can make recommendations if required.
For more information or to arrange a free survey of your property, please contact us through the link above or on 033 33 44 44 14.
The UK climate is cool and damp which presents significant problems if a heat pump has been designed to work in warm dry conditions as an air conditioning unit. The Global Energy Systems’ approach to an air source heat pump is that it should be fit for purpose in the UK. The Eco Air Boiler range has a large evaporator to allow energy to be extracted from the air down to -25°C. The unit is configured to minimise the build-up of frost in our damp climate and to avoid the recirculation of cold air into the evaporator. Global Energy Systems’ heat pumps are equipped with Eco Link, an independent communications link, to allow monitoring and optimisation by the Global Energy Systems services team. The goal is to offer efficiency and output figures when the weather is cold and they are most needed through optimised settings and running patterns.
Air source heat pumps can work with any size or type of property or heat use, be it domestic or commercial. Our customers range from Scottish croft cottages to stately homes and from artist’s studios to manufacturing facilities. Swimming pools and year round heat users are a particular focus for air source heat pumps as they can benefit from the high efficiencies of warm weather running.
The process of assessing a domestic property under the MCS scheme ensures that any heating system using a heat pump is accurately and sufficiently sized for the property. As Global Energy Systems only install our own equipment and software, this intimate understanding allows the creation of bivalent integrated heating systems; systems designed with multiple heat pumps or heat sources and to tailored specific heating needs from cottages to castles to farms.
Heat pumps can work with radiators, air convectors and under floor heating and can be fitted into existing heating systems. An Eco Air Boiler is just that, it is a boiler that extracts energy from the air. Once that energy has been extracted it acts as any other type of boiler. Each room in a property will be assessed and the radiators, under floor heating or convectors will be checked against the heat needs of the room.
Global Energy Systems Air Source Heat Pumps units are placed outside, and do not require ground works offering a simple, low impact renewable heat source.
Heat pumps are run by electricity meaning that there are no deliveries of fuel required and no emissions on site. Whether you have a city centre or mountain top location, heat pumps offer a BUS eligible, renewable heat source that only needs an electrical connection. They can also be offset by solar panels or turbines generating electricity alongside them. This can be taken to the extreme of a fully self-sufficient off grid home taking no services from utility companies.
The Eco Link allows you access to an energy portal for your heat pump. The information is gathered through an independent data connection that allows Global Energy Systems to monitor and optimise your heat pump, and running data to be gathered to show you your heating use. In removing or displacing a fuel that has an identifiable bill you can lose sight of your energy costs. The Eco Link portal not only gives you full details of your costs and savings but allows you, probably for the first time, to see the daily impact of your heating use.