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Mitsubishi Ecodon Air Source Heat Pump installation in Carbis Bay, Cornwall.
11.2kW Air Source Heat Pump installation

We recently headed to Carbis Bay, a tranquil beach town on St Ives Bay, to install a Mitsubishi Ecodon air source heat pump. The property, an older period home, was being extended and renovated by the homeowners. They aimed to install a renewable solution, embracing the sustainability of an air source heat pump.

Installation System Design

The installation included:

11.2kW Mitsubishi Ecodon Air to Water Heat Pump
300L single Coil Invented DHW Cylinder
Online Monitor and Control System
2 x K2 Radiators
1 x Heated Towel Rail
Underfloor Heating system

Following a consultation with one of our experts, the homeowners opted for a Mitsubishi Ecodon air source heat pump, complemented by underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and in the bathroom on the first floor. They also upgraded a couple of radiators upstairs and installed a heated towel rail. Additionally, they took advantage of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS), which provided them with a £7,500 voucher towards their installation.

About the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS)

A government-led grant open to all homeowners and small businesses, allowing them to install a renewable heating solution.

The Boiler Upgrade Scheme can be claimed for any property you own, whether it’s your primary residence, a second home, a rental property, or a business. You can claim the BUS scheme only once per property but can claim it for multiple properties. Self-builds are also eligible. If you are building a home to occupy or rent, you can claim the BUS scheme. We handle all the BUS application paperwork on your behalf, taking the stress out of it for you!

To be eligible for the scheme, you need a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). Additionally, you must be replacing a fossil fuel system such as an oil boiler, gas boiler, electric radiators, night storage heaters, or fuel stoves, and the installation must be done by an MCS-approved installer, such as GreenGen!

In a retrofit scenario where we replace an existing system, the Upgrade Scheme payment is deducted from the customer’s payment. If your project is a new build, the subsidy is claimed when the project is signed off and an EPC is issued.

Homeowner Feedback

After the installation, we received some kind words from the homeowner, which we wanted to share with you.

“I wanted to thank you and extend that to Adam and Alister for their help. I’ve had a really pleasant experience with GreenGen.

I also want to highlight how supported I feel with having Adam as part of our project. He is honestly one of the most professional, kind and knowledgeable guys people I have encountered during the build. Not only is he experienced but he delivers information so well to a client and has the utmost manners, patience and leadership skills.

He’s an asset to GreenGen and I hope he is appreciated. We certainly appreciate him and his work hugely.

Thank you again for your ongoing support. We would highly recommend you moving forward.”

Interested in finding our which renewable solutions are available for your property?

Contact the team on 01326 564513 or email us at [email protected]. Alternatively, an enquiry form can be filled out at the bottom of this page and one of our experts will be in touch!

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