Britons face £15,000 bill for heat pump upgrade – report exposes ‘significant’ hidden cost | Science | News

The cost of installing hydrogen-ready boilers, on the other hand, would likely cost up to £ 3,000 per household.

According to Mike Foster, Chief Executive Officer, the choice between the two options is obvious: Hydrogen-powered boilers are the way to go.

He told Express.co.uk: “The problem the vast majority of households face is that if we go down the route of installing heat pumps, most homes will have to incur significant up-front costs to get them Effectiveness of heat pumps to achieve energy efficiency requirements and to meet new heat distribution systems.

“So new radiators, possibly new pipes, and almost certainly a hot water tank, which houses don’t currently have.

“And those are substantial one-off costs that add up to a sum that most households can honestly only dream of.”

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