On 20th June the European Union finalised a new set of climate rules after months of talks. These new rules are set to target a total energy saving of 32.5% along with an uplift in the share of renewable energy to 32% by 2030.
The overall goal is to lower greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% below the 1990 levels by 2030 in line with the Paris Agreement. National Governments will now draft up their own plans implementing the changes necessary to reach this goal.
Whilst these new rules have been implemented, there are still environmental groups and Green group lawmakers warning that the agreement is still falling short of the Paris Agreement - the aim of which is to keep global warming below 2 degrees.
Reduce Your Own Carbon Emissions and Do Your Bit To Help Reach This Goal
Whether you are an installer, developer, self-builder or homeowner, installing a heat pump is a low carbon alternative for a complete heating and hot water solution. Building regulations look set to promote heat pumps as the go to solution for new buildings.
Why heat pumps?
Firstly, heat pumps are reliable and provide a consistent form of heating for you or your customer. We have already touched based on how heat pumps can help comply with building regulations, but not only that there is generous government incentive called the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which pays out for the renewable heat produced on a quarterly basis for 7 years.
Speak to one of our specialists today to see how a a ground or air source heat pump can be perfect for your project in hand, and not only that, help the World reach the new rules set.