Kiwa Gastec has announced a collaboration with the Energy Saving Trust (EST) on the delivery of the Mayor of London’s Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme.
The scheme has been designed to incentivise SMEs to replace old, inefficient, higher emission heating systems with new gas or LPG boilers, heat pump or hybrid systems, or to connect to a local heat network.
Kiwa Gastec’s technical expertise in heating appliances and systems, combined with its experience in strategic decarbonisation projects, made the company a great partner for EST in developing the Scheme rules.
Kiwa comments: “Between us we have run a number of stakeholder events to engage relevant parties in this important new scheme. With strong industry backing, and a solid understanding of the range of possible outcomes due to extensive scenario modelling, the Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme is anticipated to make a significant contribution to improving London’s air quality, lowering the City’s carbon emissions, and reducing fuel bills for the businesses taking up the scheme.”
Kiwa UK Group
Melvern View Business Park,
Stella Way, Bishops Cleve,
Cheltenham. GL52 7DQ
Tel: +44 (0)1242 677877
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