Who are Electrify Heat?

The campaign is managed by environmental think tank E3G.

Who is involved?

Electrify Heat is a campaign launched by businesses, climate and consumer focused groups in July 2021 with the aim of advocating for clean and climate friendly heat for the UK. The funding to launch the campaign for its first year has been provided by the European Climate Foundation. This campaign will seek to create the political and policy conditions to get UK households electrified.

“We aim to lead the global shift towards new technology by working with customers, companies and across communities to make energy simpler, smarter and more sustainable.”
“We are a British renewable electricity company with a difference. Good Energy was set up to give people the choice to do something about climate change by choosing renewable energy for their homes and businesses.”
“While we look after your energy supply today, we’re also building technology that will define the industry’s future, from the big ideas to the small.”
“We’re building a supportive zero carbon community – and bringing everyone the green energy, technology and guidance they need to make change happen.”
"Considerable investment is required to catalyse the transition of the global economy towards a more sustainable future. It is critical that financial market participants and policymakers collaborate to co-create the solutions."
"Ground Source Heating provides one of the most economic routes to providing on-site renewable heating, reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and meeting the government's binding targets on renewable energy."
"Energy Saving Trust is an independent organisation dedicated to promoting energy efficiency, low carbon transport and sustainable energy use. We aim to address the climate emergency and deliver the wider benefits of clean energy as we transition to net zero. We empower householders to make better choices, deliver transformative programmes for governments and support businesses with strategy, research and assurance – enabling everyone to play their part in building a sustainable future."
"Working with industry we define, maintain and improve quality – certifying products and installers so people can have confidence in the low-carbon technology they invest in."
"We are the advocate for decentralised energy solutions and our work helps shape the debate and influence decentralised energy policy and enhance and maintain the reputation of the sector."
"We represent the diverse nature of the UK’s energy industry with our members delivering nearly 80% of the UK’s power generation and over 90% of the energy supply for the 28 million UK homes as well as businesses."
"The HPF lobbies government for long term policy supporting the electrification of heating and cooling, works to raise awareness, understanding and confidence in heat pump technology across both domestic and commercial sectors."
"The Heat Pump Association (HPA) is the UK’s leading authority on the use and benefits of heat pump technology and includes many of the country’€™s leading manufacturers of heat pumps, components and associated equipment."
"As Britain's biggest generator of zero carbon electricity, we're focused on achieving Net Zero and helping you lower your carbon footprint. Electric heating isn't only low carbon but could help you save energy and warm up your home more efficiently."
"ICAX™ is a cleantech company helping to meet the demand for on-site renewable energy and sustainable development by using ground source energy to achieve low carbon buildings."
"We are a market leader in renewable energy installations, which began for us in 2007. We are passionate about sharing the expertise of our team to build bespoke, renewable solutions for both commercial and domestic markets."
"Kensa Group is a fast-growing collection of award-winning businesses involved in the manufacture and installation of ground source heat pumps and the ownership of associated underground infrastructure."
"We’re putting customers first as we shape our plans for delivering outstanding service and facilitating Net Zero. We want you to join us on the journey and have your say to shape the future of energy."
"The Sustainable Energy Association is a member based industry body offering innovative policy solutions that link up building-level technologies and the wider energy system to achieve a low carbon, secure energy future for the UK."
"The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) is the UK’s largest trade association for the construction industry. We have a proud history of supporting and promoting small and medium-sized building companies – including sole traders."
"Rendesco specialise in heat pump technology, leading the market with the highest quality design, installation and maintenance available. We have installed more than 300 bespoke ground source, air source and water source heat pumps."
"We are the trade association for modern thermal storage. We promote the use of thermal storage in buildings in the United Kingdom and other countries to achieve net zero. Our mission is to take the carbon out of heating buildings."
"A Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) approved Consumer Code, HIES is a leading consumer protection organisation covering the installation of home energy products."
"Our business strategy is to invest in and provide longterm full system operation of large heating and cooling assets enabling our clients to transfer key project risks to a heat network specialist."
"We’ve been helping people find a good place for their money since 1853. And today, we help over a million customers save for the future and secure their own homes."
"Solaris Energy was formed in January 2017 with the core of our business being focused solely on the design and installation of ground and air source heat pumps."
"With Daikin’s high-performance technology, not only could you save hundreds on your heating bills every single year – you may be eligible for financial incentives to help you offset the cost of installation, too."
"skoon empowers homeowners, installers and partners with training, tools and platforms to decarbonise homes at nation scale."

Membership principles

All members of the campaign have signed up to the following principles for the UK transition to clean heating:

A people-centred approach

A people-centred approach which puts households, workers, and communities first.

Get on track to meet targets

Get on track to meet Government targets, including rapidly accelerating heat pump deployment.

Need for speed

Decision-making reflects a ‘need for speed’ to urgently get on track for net-zero, building the market this decade to drive down costs for all.

A level playing field

Level the playing field to ensure the running costs of heat pumps are just as attractive as fossil gas.

A well-governed transition

A well-governed transition to clean heat, with national and local bodies working together to deliver the best outcomes for households and communities.

If you are interested in the campaign, contact us today.