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Town and Country Gas is introducing Renewable Technology. We’re keen to help you reduce your water, heating and electricity bills with a range of ingenious new technologies that are on the cutting edge of the fight for sustainability.

By installing some or all of these technologies into your home you could become completely independant from the national grid, reduce your carbon emissions to almost nothing and maybe make a profit by selling electricity back to the power companies. We at Town and Country Gas are ready to help you move into a greener future.

Solar PV

Generate your own electricity, reduce your bills and earn money from your investment.

Solar Thermal

The renewable Heat Premium Payment vocher sceme gives money to householders to help them buy renewable heating sysems - solar thermal panels, heat pumps and biomass boilers for their home. See the Energy Saving Trust Website for the fact sheet to get a one-off payment towards your installation.

Heat Pumps

Install an Air Source Heatpump and get £850 towards the installation by applying for renewable heat premium payment.

For installation of Ground Source or Water Source heatpumps the Renewable Heat Premium Payment is £1250.00

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN - APPLY TODAY - go to to join the scheme

Groundsource, Air to Air and Air to Water Heat Pumps are ideal solutions for underfloor heating, warm air heating, air conditioning for the summer or traditional pressurised heating and hot water systems depending on the type of product you choose.

Grants available

As if it wasn’t enough that green technology saves you money on your bills, installation costs can be subsidised from a number of government organisations!

The Renewable Heat Incentives


The government have now introduced Phase 2 of the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI) to give homeowners the chance to apply for a Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) for anyone changing from conventional heat systems to some of the renewable energy systems available.

“Working Together for a Healthier Environment”