Testimonials and gallery of recent projects.

 Solar Water Installation - Bunny, Nottingham 
A 40 evacuated tube system was installed by Solar-Heat on a south facing gable wall, with a 172 litre solar cylinder . Planning permission was necessary due to the panels being located on frames on the gable wall. This was negotiated and Granted successfully with Rushcliffe Borough Council.
 "A fantastic project completed by Solar-Heat on time and within budget - excellent... Steve & Jayne" 
 Wind Turbine erection - Nottinghamshire 
Following extensive negotiations between Solar-Heat and the council planning department, satisfactoryPermission was Granted and two 2.5KW Samrey Wind Turbines were erected within the clients extensive grounds.
 "We are delighted with the service from Solar-Heat UK and would recommend them for service and reliability. Mr Finch" 
 Solar Water Heating Link up with Solid Fuel Stove Boiler and Gas Boiler Central Heating Systems, West Bridgford, Nottingham 
Solar-Heat were asked to install a link-up system with a solar water system having 40 evacuated tubes on a south facing roof to a new solid fuel boiler stove and gas boiler. This was successfully carried out where each element contributes to the central heating and hot water and each floor of the property is independently zoned for the heating.
 "Solar-Heat provided a great combined project with The Fireplace Centre." 
 Solar Water Installation - Tollerton Nottingham 
Solar-Heat installed a 20 tube south facing evacuated panel solar water system, linked to a solar cylinder and existing gas central heating system.
 "Mr & Mrs Whitehead" 
 
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RHI
The RHI is an incentive scheme for householders and businesses installing renewable heat technologies. Although the finer details of the domestic scheme are yet to be announced, it will work in a similar way to the Feed In Tariff (FiT), where householders are paid based on how much heat they produce.
The scheme is currently in operation for non-domestic renewable heat installations, with owners paid varying amounts based on the technology they have installed and the amount of heat generated. Payments under the non-domestic scheme are fixed and guaranteed for 20 years, making renewable heat a highly profitable investment for many adopters. For domestic householders, the RHI will become available in the spring of 2014

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