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Alto Energy Celebrates Two Years In Business

Alto Energy Celebrates Two Years In Business

We recently celebrated our two-year anniversary from when we first started trading and opened our telephone lines. Read on to find our more about how we started, the milestones we have achieved so far, and what the next 12 months have in store for us.

Heat Pump 10 Year Challenge

Heat Pump 10 Year Challenge

Everyone is taking part in the the current trend called The 10 Year Challenge, so we thought why not do that with heat pumps. Read on to see how heat pumps have changed over the last 10 years and why there is even more of a reason to install them in years to come.

Third of UK Electricity Provided by Renewables in 2018

Third of UK Electricity Provided by Renewables in 2018

Renewable sources generated a record 33% of the UK’s electricity in 2018, which meant that the contribution from fossil fuels fell to their lowest ever share, with gas down to 39%.

Customer Feedback - November 2018 Update

Customer Feedback - November 2018 Update

We at Alto Energy we strive to offer the best possible customer service. The best way in improving that is to get feedback from our customers to offer them, and any new customers, a better service moving forward. We are posting every 3 months to provide an update on the feedback our customers have been giving us via the survey platform, SurveyMonkey.

IVT Ground Source Heat Pump Case Study - Lancashire

IVT Ground Source Heat Pump Case Study - Lancashire

Mr & Mrs Didsbury, from Lancashire, chose Alto Energy to design, supply and commission their 11kW IVT Greenline HE Ground Source Heat Pump based on a recommendation from their local plumber and builder. ‘Rising fuel prices, Renewable Heat Incentive payments and both oil and coal being dirty and expensive’ were all significant factors in their decision to choose heat pump technology to provide a cost efficient heating system for their home.

UK Renewable Energy Capacity Surpasses Fossil Fuels

UK Renewable Energy Capacity Surpasses Fossil Fuels

The Renewable Energy capacity in the UK has tripled in the past 5 years - this is even faster than the ‘dash for gas’ of the 1990s. Not only that, the capacity for fossil fuels has fallen by one-third due to power stations becoming uneconomic or coming to the end of their life.