Birmingham, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/18/2015 -- MSC Heating, a UK renewable energy heating equipment specialist, is pleased to announce that the high level of interest in its range of environmentally friendly heating installations experienced in the first half of 2015 shows no signs of abating as at the time of writing. Whilst governments around the world deliberate over the incentives they offer homeowners to relinquish fossil fuels in favour of more eco-friendly alternatives, private enterprise, in partnership with enthusiastic consumers, continues to lead the way.
A great example of how companies are helping to spread the good news about renewable energy in the UK was reported in Cornwall this week, with the announcement that Trent & Dove Housing – a social housing provider – has completed a project in cooperation with Kensa Heat Pumps to replace the storage heaters in 133 of its sheltered bungalows with more efficient ground source heat transfer pumps.
What is driving the continued interest in ground source heat transfer pumps and other renewable energy systems is the potential for real savings they offer the average homeowner, along with the reduction in carbon emissions that can be achieved by making the swap from fossil fuels. The residents in the aforementioned sheltered housing are reporting savings of up to 50% on their energy bills, a figure that is sure to encourage tenants and private homeowners elsewhere in the UK to take a closer look at the renewable energy heating options available for their properties.
A spokesman for MSC made the following statement: "We are delighted to see the level of adoption for renewable energy heating systems remaining at such high levels, not just because it is good for business but because it is good for the environment too. As a supplier and installer of the high quality Kensa range of heat transfer pumps ourselves, we applaud the initiative that they have taken in teaming up with housing providers to bring the latest eco-friendly heating technologies to more people in the UK."
The case for using renewable energy sources to heat homes and business premises across the country has been made in many studies over the years. However, as with any new technology, it has taken some time for the facts to sink into the collective consciousness of the public to the point where individuals actually feel motivated to make the switch from fossil fuel systems. Now that momentum is building, companies such as MSC are gearing up to deal with an increasing amount of business in the near future. "We have installed many eco-friendly heating systems in homes across the UK, including biomass boilers as well as ground and air source heat transfer pumps, and we are looking forward to installing many more over the coming years."
MSC Heating provides a nationwide supply and installation service to both domestic and commercial customers in the United Kingdom. As a company that specialises in renewable energy, they have a great deal of expertise with the technologies involved in these systems.
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