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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.

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.

Choose Heat Pumps For Your Development This Year

Choose Heat Pumps For Your Development This Year

Heat pumps are becoming an increasingly popular choice for rural housebuilders, however many developers have still never used heat pumps on their developments. With oil prices rising, and heat pumps becoming more desirable for homebuyers, we think now is a good time to scrap traditional oil and LPG boilers and make the switch to heat pumps.

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.

UK Heat Pump Market Growing Again

UK Heat Pump Market Growing Again

BSRIA’s World Market Intelligence Division have reviewed the current growth of the UK heat pump market. The latest BSRIA research shows that around 22,000 heat pumps were installed in the UK in 2017; representing an 18% increase from 2016.