EDF Energy has signed a partnership agreement with Daikin to supply the Altherma range of air source heat pumps to its domestic customers across Great Britain.
It’s claimed the move follows growing interest in renewable heating technologies from customers.
Angus Wilby, Head of Energy Services at EDF Energy, said: “Our partnership with Daikin allows EDF Energy to broaden its range of low carbon propositions. We will be providing an attractive heat pump range to our existing and new customers through our EcoRenew offerings.
“Heat pumps are ideal for customers who are looking to upgrade their heating and hot water systems, and who also want to reduce their energy bills and carbon emissions.
“The Government has recently announced the launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive and Premium Payments for air source heat pump technologies, which will provide customers with a financial benefit for choosing this technology. Heat Pumps are also ideal for customers who are off the mains gas grid as they can generate their own energy at home without the need for gas or oil.”