The Social Energy Revolution

Delivering up to 70% Cheaper Electricity for Your Home*
The Solar People are Independent Installers of Social Energy Approved Products

Green Electricity up to
70% Cheaper

We connect our customers to approved energy storage products and trade this energy through The Social Energy artificial intelligent software and utility. This means we can pass the savings and earnings back to our customers, resulting in an electricity bill that’s up to 70% cheaper*. If solar panels are present then even better.

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A Utility Company Like No Other

The Social Energy Network isn’t made up of big expensive power stations. Instead, it’s made up of our customers, their solar and their energy storage batteries – all wirelessly linked, creating a power station in the sky.

Leading Energy Storage Manufacturers

Working with the Leading Energy Storage Manufacturers

Social Energy are the first Home Energy Trading solution to be fully compliant with National Grid’s dynamic frequency response service.

Our customers ask for the latest battery technology. The Social Energy Hub makes these batteries the “smartest in the room”.


Heat Pumps to be Included within the Green Homes Grant

Heat pumps are confirmed to be included in the government’s £2 billion Green Homes Grant.

The Green Homes Grant was announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement, with an aim of the government funding up to two-thirds of the cost of home improvements of over 600,000 homes, however little detail was given on the technologies that would be eligible for funding.

It has today (4 August) been confirmed that both air source and ground source heat pumps will be included within this, with households able to claim vouchers of up to £5,000 to install one or more of the technologies available.

Households on low incomes can receive vouchers covering 100% of the costs up to £10,000.

The scheme will support 100,000 jobs in green construction according to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), however installations must be done through either TrustMark or MCS accredited tradespeople.

Households will be offered a list of approved tradespeople in their local area, with the vouchers to be issued from the end of September once work is agreed.

This is the second announcement recently made by the government supporting decarbonised heat, as it unveiled an extension to the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the replacement of the domestic RHI with Clean Heat Grants.

Other technologies available in the Green Home Grant include solid wall, under-floor, cavity wall and roof insulation, solar thermal, double and triple glazing, energy efficient doors and hot water tank/appliance tank thermostats.

Below is a graph showing the benefits of each technology available within the Green Homes Grant and it clearly shows the annual saving on heat pumps makes it by far and away the best way to use the grant.

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