Glasgow, United Kingdom, October 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Scottish Care have selected BritishEco Scotland as preferred supplier of renewable energy systems for their members.
Scottish Care are the representative organisation for residential, nursing, and domiciliary care providers in the private sector in Scotland.
BritishEco Scotland will assist care home owners to reduce their energy bills and improve their carbon footprint through the installation of renewable energy technologies.
Biomass heating is a particularly attractive solution for care homes who experience ever increasing fuel bills due to high heating and hot water demands.
The Government are currently offering generous financial incentives to businesses who install heat generating renewable technologies.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) offers payments for every kWh heat generated, guaranteed for 20 years. These payments combined with fuel bill savings mean substantial returns on investment.
BritishEco Scotland also offer various funding options including "Free Biomass," and have already experienced a high level of interest from care home owners across the country.
Ross Anderson, Business Development Director at BritishEco Scotland has said, “Now is the ideal time for businesses to switch from expensive fossil fuels to sustainable alternatives. We are thrilled to be selected as a preferred supplier by Scottish Care as they are a highly efficient and trusted organisation in the care sector.”
BritishEco Scotland supply and install renewable energy systems across Scotland.