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Air source heat pumps starting from just £4,000!

With prices starting from £4,000 in Scotland (including government grants) – now's the time to upgrade your heating system to a low-carbon solution!

What is an air source heat pump?

An air source heat pump is a heating system that extracts heat from the outside air and transfers it into your home via radiators or underfloor heating.

By using the heat from the air combined with electricity generated from renewable sources, an air source heat pump is a renewable and potentially cost-effective heating solution that can reduce your reliance on fossil fuels and lower your carbon footprint.

Why should I get an air source heat pump?

An air source heat pump has a number of different benefits

  • They're 300% more efficient than a gas boiler
  • They'll lower your carbon footprint by around 12% a year, that's roughly a return flight from London to Perth!(1)
  • You can enjoy reliable heating all year round - an air source heat pump still works effectively at -25°C
  • They're low maintenance with a long service life - (15+ years)
Air source heat pump outdoor unit

Why should I choose EDF?

MCS installers guaranteed

Our partner CB Heating has over 20 years experience in installing heat pumps. They only work with MCS accredited installers, who'll help you qualify for government support.

Earn with your friends

Share the love and reduce carbon in the UK. Earn £250 every time you refer a friend or family member to buy a heat pump.

Government grants for heat pumps in Scotland

Home in rural Scotland

Home Energy Scotland

You can apply for a non means-tested air source heat pump grant from Home Energy Scotland.

This offers grants of £7,500 for installing a heat pump, which increases to £9,000 for people in remote areas who qualify for the rural uplift. 

Daikin air source heat pump in garden

Interest-free loan

You can apply for an interest-free loan of up to £7,500 to cover the remaining heat pump installation costs.

This means that most households in Scotland can get financial support of up to £15,000 for installing an air source heat pump.

Not sure if you're eligible?

Home Energy Scotland is not means-tested, so it's likely you'll be eligible. However, to have a heat pump installed you must: 

  • own the property where the heat pump would be installed 
  • use an air source heat pump installer who's accredited by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (don't worry our partner only works with MCS installers!)
  • be replacing an old fossil fuel or electric heating system 
  • not be replacing a heat pump or previous renewable system
  • have a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) with no outstanding loft or cavity wall insulation recommendations

 

Please note that currently our partner only covers these postcodes in Scotland: G, EH, KY, TD, ML, AB43, AB54, AB56 and DD8.

Detached home with solar panels installed on roof

Solar in Scotland

Thinking of buying a heat pump, why not install a solar panel system too?

The Scottish Government have introduced Home Energy Scotland which will give homeowners grants and interest-free loans when they install a package of approved measures.

Here's what you could get if you decide to install solar panels:

  • A £4,750 loan if you install solar panels as part of a package of measures, for example with an air source heat pump
  • A £1,250 grant if you install solar panels as part of a package of measures, for example with a heat pump

If you're interested in installing a solar battery, you could get:

  • A £4,750 loan if you install a solar battery as part of a package of measures, for example with a heat pump
  • A £1,250 grant towards a solar battery as a part of a package of measures, for example with a heat pump

If you’re applying for a Home Energy Scotland loan, you’ll need a quote from an installer to support your application.

 

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