Grants for green heat pumps on offer after Attleborough firm Finn Geotherm wins Carbon Trust accreditation

The team at Finn Geotherm outside the office in Attleborough. Front left � technical director David

The team at Finn Geotherm outside the office in Attleborough. Front left � technical director David Alston, and front right � commercial director Guy Ransom. Picture: FINN GEOTHERM - Credit: Archant

An Attleborough-based firm has become Carbon Trust-accredited, meaning businesses which have its heat pumps installed could be eligible for grants of up to £10,000.

Finn Geotherm, which installs ground and air source heat pumps, has received the accreditation as part of the trust's goal to help build a sustainable, low-carbon economy.

Guy Ransom, the firm's commercial director, said he was thrilled with development. He said: 'The accreditation not only recognises our expertise in ground and air source heat pumps, but it also gives us the opportunity to further help small and medium-sized businesses who are considering installing renewable energy systems and may benefit from the Carbon Trust Green Business Fund.' Grants are made so businesses can help pay for new energy-saving pumps. For more information about the Carbon Trust, visit www.carbontrust.com.


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