Discover how you can reduce the carbon footprint of your home when you have a correctly designed low carbon heating system installed.
At Baxi, our pledge is to be carbon neutral in all our operations by 2030, and to lead the phase-out of carbon intensive heating by ensuring every product we make from 2025 will work with low carbon energy.
We believe that our commitment to being a cleaner, greener manufacturer and solutions provider can help our customers to reduce the carbon footprints of their homes and businesses and achieve their sustainability goals by using a mix of technologies.Read more
Air source heat pumps are the perfect choice for reliable, energy efficient heating and hot water.
Electric boilers are the perfect low carbon solution for homes off the main gas network and are compatible with standard heating systems and radiators.
Net zero carbon is when the amount of carbon dioxide we add to the atmosphere is the same or less than as the amount taken out of the atmosphere. Achieving net zero carbon by 2050 is a legal target for the UK.Read full FAQ
Yes, you can replace your existing gas boiler and no, you don’t have to do this before 2025. There is talk that only gas boilers that are ‘hydrogen ready’, i.e., they can be adapted easily and quickly to work on a 100% hydrogen supply, will be available in the future, but as yet there is not any legislation or policy changes in place for this.Read full FAQ
First off, there are a few actions to take to reduce the energy loss of your home: cavity wall insulation, loft insulation, double or triple glazing, and, most importantly, reducing draughts.
Once you have made your home as energy efficient as possible, you should engage with a qualified installer or manufacturer, who will look at the heat loss in each room, the radiators in each room, the pipework, the external space where you are planning to place the heat pump - and help you at every step of the way.Read full FAQ
There are a number of alternative heating systems, both available now or currently in development. Electric boilers, heat pumps and heat networks are already on the market and hydrogen ready (with a few small alterations using an approved conversion kit, specifically designed hydrogen ready boilers can be converted to work on 100% hydrogen) and 100% hydrogen boilers are undergoing comprehensive trials.Read full FAQ
Different areas may offer different grants to help you with the cost of installing an air source heat pump. In our FAQ we provide a brief overview and links to some of the main organisations that you can contact for further information on grants and loans.Discover more
6 July 2022
If you're looking to install high performing, low carbon solutions for heating or indirect hot water production, our air source heat pumps are the efficient choice for new build and retrofit commercial applications.Discover more