Air Source Heat Pumps

Introducing Heat Pump Finance

Introducing Heat Pump Finance

Do your bit for the environment and choose a new air source heat pump for your home. In addition to the savings you will make heating your home, earn up to £1,500 back every year from the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme. Our new and exclusive Heat Pump Finance offer makes the decision to switch to air source heating even easier!

As Featured in the Sunday Telegraph: Use Your Land To Heat Your Home

As Featured in the Sunday Telegraph: Use Your Land To Heat Your Home

Alto Energy featured in the Sunday Telegraph on 11th August 2019 with an advertorial about the increasing number of homeowners and landowners now turning to ground source heat pump technology as an alternative to traditional oil and LPG boilers. Read the article here.

AIRX SERIES: HOW EFFICIENT IS THE IVT AIRX AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP?

AIRX SERIES: HOW EFFICIENT IS THE IVT AIRX AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP?

In this article, we will take a look at the market-leading efficiencies offered by the IVT AirX air source heat pump, and how this impacts on the grant payments you might receive under the Renewable Heat Incentive.

AIRX SERIES: INTRODUCING THE IVT AIRX AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP

AIRX SERIES: INTRODUCING THE IVT AIRX AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP

The IVT AirX air source heat pump is a new generation of heat pump that sets new standards in terms of efficiency. In this blog series, we will focus on the many features of this incredible heat pump.

Oil & Gas Set To Be Out-priced by Renewables by 2020

Oil & Gas Set To Be Out-priced by Renewables by 2020

According to Swanson’s Law, solar PV tends to become 20% cheaper for every doubling of cumulative shipped volume. Solar energy costs have continued to decrease steeply for decades. in 1977 solar panels cost $77 per watt, compare that to 2016 where the cost had fallen as low as $0.36 per watt.

Net Zero Carbon - The Latest Report

Net Zero Carbon - The Latest Report

In this blog, we look at the latest advice to the UK Government from the Committee on Climate Change, which details a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to “net zero” by 2050.

UK Electricity Continues To Get Cleaner

UK Electricity Continues To Get Cleaner

Latest figures from the Internation Energy Agency show that electricity generated in the UK continues to get cleaner, with emission rates per unit of electricity at their lowest for over 100 years. The biggest contributor to this is the development and continued investment in offshore wind. In fact, figures show that the UK has the largest offshore wind capacity in the World, and has done so since 2008.