Heat pump grant technical advisors

The building energy Technical Advisor is a new role which was created in 2018 by SEAI. To become a Technical Advisor you must firstly be a registered building energy assessor, have completed the additional training provided by SEAI and have a suitable construction related qualification or be a member of a professional body such as the RIAIEngineers IrelandSCSI or the CIOB . 

SEAI or striving to achieve the goal of upgrading suitable existing dwellings with high efficiency heat pump technologies. These will replace the traditional fossil fuel burning oil or gas boilers and therefore help to reduce carbon emissions. Generous grants are now available for the installation of heat pumps.

As part of the works the insulation to the fabric of the building may need to be upgraded. This will depend on a technical assessment and associated calculations carried out by the Technical Advisor. The fabric must meet a Heat Loss Indicator value (HLI), in order for the grant application to proceed. The Technical Advisor will provide a report on the works which may be required to meet the value as well as guidance on the associated grants available for the upgrades. Most importantly you will receive the benefit of having an experienced energy professional to guide you though the choices associated with the upgrade to your home.
Technical Assessment Process for Heat Pump System Grants

Technical Assessment Process for Heat Pump System Grants

You can find out everything about the Technical Advisor role for Heat Pump System Grants by reading the SEAI document on the Technical Assessment Process. 

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