We offer a whole range of solutions for renewable energy.


At Decoheat we offer a whole range of solutions for renewable energy from solar electric, solar hot water, ground source heat pumps and air source heat pumps. Believe it or not, advances in technology now mean that even with a typical ‘British Summer’ solar panels can generate enough electricity and hot water to keep you going.

We are totally committed to supporting the environment, and supply a wide range of high quality renewable energy systems products, that offer an efficient, economic and reliable alternative to conventional fuels for all your process, hot water and heating needs. With rising electricity and gas prices, climate change concerns and a growing demand for electricity, there are lots of good reasons to use renewables.

You can read more in the links below including information on efficiency, grants, feed-in tariffs and more or alternatively you can visit our MCS accredited sister company Green Heat Wales for more information. If you have any questions or would like to talk to us about your requirements, please don’t hesitate to Contact us.

  • Click here for more information about the Renewable Heat Incentive
  • Click here to view details on the Domestic RHI (Ofgem)
  • Click here for more information on Tariff’s and payments (Ofgem)
  • Click here to view our Solar Electric products
  • Click here to view our Solar Hot Water products
  • Click here to view our Heat Pumps

Current Domestic RHI Tariff Rates


Biomass boilers and biomass stoves

Air source heat pumps

Ground source heat pumps

Solar thermal

Tariff (per kilowatt hour renewable heat)






Feed In Tariffs Scheme (FITS)

The “Feed In Tariff Scheme” was introduced in 2010 under the Energy Act 2008. It takes the form of a payment made to households or businesses generating their own electricity through the use of methods that do not contribute to the depletion of natural resources, such as Solar PV, Solar Thermal and Heat Pumps. Most of the electricity generated will be used by the property, however, any electricity not used can be exported back to the National Grid.