The future is electric – we know it, and we’re guessing that you know it too. A big name in the game that also agrees with all of us, is Solar Trade Association (STA). This month, the STA has published their ‘Great British Solar Manifesto’. Find out what has been said in the STA ‘Great British Solar Manifesto’ and discover why now is the time to start installing renewable energy systems, along with compatible appliances into your home!
Renewable Energy is the key to a clean, affordable future.
The Solar Trade Association’s (STA) ‘Great British Manifesto’ highlights the many wider benefits that can be gained from solar energy throughout the next parliament. They state that the continued contributions to the growing renewable energy market will lower carbon emissions, create tens of thousands of jobs and help towards lower bills for everyone. In an age where London Mayor Sadiq Khan has suggested that it is better to jog inside in the British capital, it is ever more important that we, the British public, do everything we can to clean up the air! If we can save money along the way, then that would be a bonus.
Fischer Future Heat install in to many homes that already have solar panels installed.
Many of our customers that already had solar panels installed went that extra mile and installed our efficient electric storage heaters to run alongside them. By choosing to install Fischer Future Heat’s 100% efficient heating solution, they guaranteed that their home would be warm, comfortable, efficient and economic to run. What’s more, they are helping towards lowering carbon emissions and have future proofed their property. The Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) tested our electric heaters and proved that they consume as little as little 870w an hour*. This makes our heaters perfect to be used alongside solar panels, as solar panels typically produce around 2500w/h that is usable.
Now is the time to join many of our customers that have Solar PV. Install Fischer heaters and make a real difference
*Based on a 48 square meter room that is heated to 21 degrees with an external temperature of 10 degrees.