Michael Wright Furniture and Yorkshire Heat Pumps are expanding and have doubled the size of their premises with a move to Follifoot Ridge Business Park, near Harrogate. These leading renewables and interiors businesses, are owned and run side-by-side by Michael and Kate Wright, and were formerly based in premises at Blubberhouses.
Time is fast running out for anyone wanting to install a renewable heating system in their home while taking advantage of the government's green payback scheme - the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. Michael Wright, of leading regional renewables company Yorkshire Heat Pumps, urged anyone considering switching to an environmentally friendly heating
Keighley men's tailoring firm Brook Taverner has turned to renewables to heat its factory. The firm has installed a biomass pellet boiler which has led to fuel savings of more than £19,000 a year - and with payments from the government's non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, is looking at recouping
Government pay-backs on green heating systems are set to change. Ofgem has recently announced the new tariffs for domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments which will come into effect on April 1st 2015, prompting a rush for renewables. The domestic RHI scheme rewards householders for going green by paying them for the
Research suggests that planning applications in off gas areas for self build and renovation projects in York are among the highest in the country, meaning that more people are upping tools and tackling construction projects here than elsewhere in the UK. The research was conducted by ground source heat pump manufacturer