We want to offer our customers low-carbon heating solutions that work with their current heating system. We've created a package that combines a low-carbon hybrid heat pump with smart heating controls called Future Heat. We've been working with our partners PassivSystems who've run successful projects to introduce more efficient heating systems into UK homes.
EDF Energy is participating in a scheme called the Assignment of Rights. This means that we can help homeowners cover the initial cost of installing a hybrid heat pump minus the one-off charge of £99 (incl VAT).
Once you're a Future Heat customer you'll need to apply for the RHI via Ofgem .They'll ask for your EPC and your Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) number which we'll provide once your new system has been installed.
What will you need to do once your system's installed?
- Go to Ofgem and apply for the RHI, assigning the payments to us within 14 days of installation
- Apply for the MMSP scheme
- Submit quarterly meter readings to Ofgem
- Submit an annual declaration to Ofgem
- Maintain the renewable heating system and ongoing RHI obligations.
Even more support for customers through the Metering and Monitoring Service Package (MMSP)
Once you’re set up on the RHI, you’re are also able to request more financial support by applying for MMSP worth £1,610 once approved. The Future Heat system is MMSP ready which means you can monitor your new system's performance through the PassivLiving portal and installed meters.
If you use oil or LPG heating solutions, it's easier to switch to a low-carbon heating system with Future Heat. See if you’re eligible for a free no obligation survey.
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