Renewable Energy Services
AJS are a certified installer under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), which is a quality assurance standard backed by the UK Government. Only when using an MCS approved installer would you qualify for Government incentives, such as Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which provides financial support for the installation of renewable energy heating technologies. For further information about the RHI scheme and to check your eligibility visit www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/domestic-rhi/applicants/eligible-heating-systems. With your installation, you would receive an independently backed guarantee via The Home Insulation and Energy Systems Contractors Scheme (HIES), which is a consumer protection organisation covering the installation of renewable energy products. Available services include installation, service, maintenance, commissioning and repair.
Renewable Energy Services include:
Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) - Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) - Solar PV Battery Storage - EV Charging Points - Solar Thermal - Solar PV
Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP)
The ASHP systems are the most commonly used system because they are fairly simple to install and they require little maintenance. If your property is not connected to mains natural gas and you are currently using either oil, lpg (liquid petroleum gas), coal or electricity to heat your home, an ASHP is a great alternative to heating your home for both central heating and domestic hot water. An ASHP would extract the heat from the outside air which is an unlimited renewable resource, even if the outside temperature drops as low as -15’C.
Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP)
The GSHP systems are the most energy efficient of the heat pumps and works in a similar way to the ASHP but unlike the ASHP, the pipes are buried in the ground to extract the heat instead of the air. Due to the cost and complexity of the installation, this type of heat pump would be better suited to a new build property. Both ASHP and GSHP systems are eligible for the RHI(The Renewable Heat Incentive) a UK Government initiative to encourage greater use of renewable energy. Click here to contact us to find out if you are eligible.
Solar thermal panels, which are usually fitted on the roof of your premises, use free heat from the sunlight to heat domestic hot water. If fitted correctly they can provide your household with up to 60% of your hot water requirements. Some domestic installations will be eligible for RHI(The Renewable Heat Incentive) a UK Government initiative to encourage greater use of renewable energy. Click here to contact us to find out if you are eligible.