Councillor highlights Heating Grant Scheme

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Monday, September 3rd, 2012
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Slieve Gullion Sinn Féin councillor Anthony Flynn has encouraged people who are thinking of replacing their heating systems or building new houses to look at the possibility of applying for a Renewable Heat Premium Grant. These grants are available for the installation of renewable heating sources in domestic properties. Heat sources which are covered by the grant are:
Technology Support
Air source heat pump £1700
Biomass Boiler £2500
Ground/Water source heat pump 3500
Solar thermal 320
  Flynn continued, “Many householders are looking at ways to incorporate renewable energy as a method of heating their homes. Normally the major off putting factor is the cost of purchasing and installing the equipment, so this grant scheme may make it possible for more people.” “The funding is administered through the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment and further information can be obtained from the website www.detni.gov.uk. He added, “In particular I would urge people to read the fact sheet which can be found at http://www.detini.gov.uk/info_gpdf.pdf and the application form which can be downloaded from http://www.detini.gov.uk/app1.pdf

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