ICOM welcomes first commercial boiler scrappage scheme of its kind in the world !
With an objective of reducing carbon and harmful emissions the Mayor of London, on the 30th July, launched the Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme for London. Leading Industrial and Commercial Energy Association (ICOM) says the scheme is a positive step for businesses, carbon reduction and air quality.
Ross Anderson, Director, ICOM said;
“Non-domestic buildings in London are responsible for 44% of carbon emissions and commercial gas consumption (gas boilers) are responsible for 7% of London’s total NOx emissions. As transport is cleaned up, this percentage will rise, thereby bringing more attention to the sector.
There is widespread recognition that domestic heating requires decarbonisation but industrial and commercial energy efficiency also needs to be addressed. A commercial boiler scrappage scheme is an obvious and welcome move by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and one that will not only improve London’s air quality, it will also act as a catalyst to spur businesses on to consider additional energy efficiency improvements such as controls”
You can find out more information about the scheme and its eligibility requirements by contacting Laurah on 01926 513743 or email email@example.com
The Industrial & Commercial Energy Association (ICOM)
The Industrial & Commercial Energy Association, ICOM, is a member organisation working to engage in all aspects of energy related business activities, working closely with government, non-governmental offices, research establishments and industry trade associations towards a greener future.
ICOM is a division of the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA). The Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) provides a leading industry voice helping shape the future policy direction within the sector. Using its wealth of expertise and over 100 years of experience, it acts to further the best interests of its members and the wider community in working towards a sustainable, energy secure and efficient future.
EUA has eight organisational divisions - Utility Networks, the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC), the Industrial & Commercial Energy Association (ICOM), the Hot Water Association (HWA), the Manufacturers’ Association of Radiators and Convectors (MARC), the Natural Gas Vehicle Network (NGV Network), the British Energy Efficiency Federation (BEEF), and the Manufacturers of Equipment for Heat Networks Association (MEHNA).