Hampshire home owner saves over £2,000 a year on energy bills through Solar PV, Solar Battery Storage and Air Source Heat Pump
Customer’s objective: Save money on energy bills through renewable energy
Mr Cooke in Warsash, Hampshire wanted to become more self-sufficient through the use of renewable energy. After seeing the extensive energy cost savings that could be achieved following our home visit and detailed survey, Mr Cooke instructed Infinity Energy Services to install a Solar PV system together with Solar Battery Storage and an Air Source Heat Pump.
Mr Cooke benefits from £1,130 a year RHI grant…
Installing an air source heat pump alongside a solar PV system enables Mr Cooke to benefit from the financial grant available via the Government’s Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.
The RHI grant is in place to encourage home owners to switch to a renewable heating source. After the installation of the ‘air-to-water’ heat pump, Mr Cooke will now receive payments every quarter for 7 years through the RHI grant.
The next generation in renewable energy…
We installed a Solar PV system together with a Tesla Powerwall battery storage, enabling Mr Cooke to store the energy created and deliver it to him whenever he needs it, day or night.
We also installed an MCS-accredited Samsung EHS (Generation 6) air source heat pump, a highly efficient source of heat and hot water. The Samsung EHS GEN6 is the latest generation of Samsung’s air-to-water heat pumps, combining low operating costs and a competitive price.
A fantastic return investment…
Following a year’s usage, Mr Cooke was more than pleased to share his actual savings with Solar PV compared with the previous year of gas and electricity usage through EDF.
Mr Cooke also commented that because of the rising energy prices, the savings made now would be even greater than before, reducing the payback of the entire system from 9 years to just over 6 years.
“Thanks to the Solar PV, TESLA Powerwall and Samsung ASHP installation, Mr Cooke has already made excellent energy savings in his first year. And with ever increasing energy prices, the entire system will be paid back much earlier than originally expected.”
David Lewis, Infinity Energy