Renewable Heating Systems
At Navitas we expect the sun to rise tomorrow, ground and air temperatures to remain relatively constant and, as a result, for trees and plants to carry on growing; therefore we consider solar thermal, heat pumps and Biomass to be renewable forms of heating and hot water. Given that it takes over 300 million years to form fossil fuels, we do not consider them to be a form of renewable energy.
Navitas has over nine years’ experience installing a wide-range of renewable heating systems; from large wood pellet or chip systems with district heating, domestic wood pellet or log boilers, wood burning stoves with back-boilers, solar thermal panels, air source and ground source heat pumps (with or without solar PV), to a combination of any of the above. With our MCS registration in different technologies and extensive experience in applying and processing government scheme Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) applications, the majority of our clients are now enjoying substantial returns on the applications we made for them.
Navitas works with multiple suppliers and manufacturers of renewable heating systems allowing us to offer impartial advice, and recommend the technology that best suits your heating requirements and budget.