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Engineering Firm Scheme Makes Going Green More Affordable

Businesses and consumers could benefit from money saving opportunity

A NORTHERN Ireland engineering firm is making the option to switch to renewable energy more affordable for businesses and consumers across the country.

Mark Eccles, Grant NI and Ross Oliver, Assistant Pro, Galgorm Castle Golf Club

Mark Eccles, Grant NI and Ross Oliver, Assistant Pro, Galgorm Castle Golf Club

Grant NI, who have been producing state of the art heating products for over 35 years, are offering customers the chance to claim back up to £21,500 in the first seven years* if they install one of the company’s condensing wood pellet boilers.

The new Grant Eco-scheme was officially launched at the recent Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm Castle Golf Club.

Over the years Grant NI have become known for leading the field in developing high-performance and affordable alternatives for heating homes.  This expertise has seen the firm develop and launch a range of renewable appliances which includes the award-winning affordable, innovative and efficient Grant Spira condensing wood pellet boiler range.

Last year the government extended its Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) in Northern Ireland to include domestic homes as well as businesses. The Domestic RHI enables households installing approved renewable heat appliances to benefit from an initial payment and ongoing incentives over a seven year period.

To give additional help to customers who are considering installing a wood pellet boiler, Grant NI are launching their new Grant Eco-scheme. The scheme is an incentive that will further assist homeowners and businesses making the switch by providing an additional £1,500 towards the price of their boiler.**

Mark Eccles from Grant NI said: “By installing a Grant Spira condensing wood pellet boiler, customers can reduce their carbon footprint and receive an initial payment of £2,500 under the RHI scheme as well as ongoing payments for up to seven years based on potential heat demand.  This could give households in Northern Ireland the opportunity to claim up to £21,500 in the first seven years.***

“Together the RHI and the new Grant Eco-scheme are working to significantly reduce the cost of a highly efficient Grant condensing wood pellet boiler, making the switch to renewable heating more affordable for Northern Ireland homeowners and businesses.

“In this eco-aware climate, Grant provides householders with affordable green innovative options for home heating. For over three years, we have been developing our efficient and easy-to-use wood pellet boilers to complement our existing range of home heating products to ensure customers can reap the benefits of going green without the hassle of emptying ash pans or constant top-ups of wood pellets.

For more information log onto www.grantni.com or call 0800 279 4796

Additional Info

* Terms and conditions apply.  £21,500 includes a £2,500 initial payment from RHPP payment (www.nidirect.gov.uk); a £1,500 Grant Eco-scheme payment (see below) and an RHI grant – a maximum of £2,500 per year for 7 years.

** The Grant Eco-scheme is an incentive which includes a one off payment of £1,500 provided under the Grant CSR Fund. The incentive is available to both domestic and commercial Grant wood pellet boiler installations in NI and is subject to terms & conditions.

*** The RHI scheme in NI is a government scheme which includes an initial £2,500 payment followed by 7 years of payments based on potential heat demand and is subject to terms & conditions. Visit www.nidirect.gov.uk for further information on the RHI and how to apply. (Details correct at time of printing)

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