22nd December 2016
Hitachi release new heat pump product line up

Hitachi, established in Japan in 1910, pride themselves on their commitment to developing high quality, efficient, and reliable heating and air-conditioning solutions. Despite becoming a worldwide industrial corporation over the last hundred years, Hitachi are a relatively new player to the UK market. They offer a range of Air Source Heap Pumps which includes the Yutaki-M (a Monobloc), the Yutaki-S (a split unit) and the Yutaki-S80 (a high temperature unit).

Specifically designed for the UK market, the new all-in-one Yutaki-SCombi, is the fourth product in the range. The integrated indoor unit has a built-in 200 or 260L stainless steel hot water cylinder as well as the main hydraulic components such as the pump, filter and back up heater. The unit is pre-plumbed and pre-wired, simplifying the installation and reducing the internal space required. The unit also boasts a newly designed controller. The new multi-function wired remote control is compatible with all Yutaki models, meaning a single menu for all units with a dedicated installer view, wizard start-up configuration and a more intuitive menu for quick and simple commissioning. The controller also logs alarm history to assist engineers with troubleshooting. All models have been supplied with a new Cooling Kit accessory to enable both heating and cooling.


The new Yutaki product line up has been redesigned to meet the needs of end users and installers. These units now offer improved performance figures, with the units now having higher COPs, better seasonal efficiencies, and higher capacities. Other benefits of the Yutaki range include the use of common components, common outdoor units, and simplified designs to benefit both end users and installers. The introduction of common components and controllers minimalise product training requirements and reduces the need for carrying spares. The units are now designed for an easier installation; they are more compact for small installation spaces and are lighter for easier handling.

All Hitachi air source heat pumps are MCS approved and eligible are for the domestic and non-domestic RHI. These heat pumps all have domestic hot water Legionella Protection and come with a 5-year warranty as standard.

For more information about the Yutaki range, contact approved distributor Bublshop on 01747 826900 or email


15th December 2016
UK Government release response to RHI consultation

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was introduced to encourage the UK to transition to low-carbon heating. The incentive scheme provides financial incentive to households and non-domestic consumers to encourage the move from conventional heating options to low-carbon alternatives.

The UK Government have proposed to implement increases in the tariffs in Spring 2017 (subject to parliamentary approval). RHI will remain available on Air Source, Ground Source, and Biomass installations. The increased tariff will be applicable to participants who apply for the scheme on or after 14 December for new installations, however the increased tariff will not come into effect until the regulations come into force.

Air Source Heat Pump 10.02 pence per kilowatt-hour (p/kWh)
Ground Source Heat Pump 19.55p/kWh
Biomass installations 6.44p/kWh


In addition to the tariff increases, heat demand limits will be introduced. These limits will be set at: 20,000kWh for Air Source Heat Pumps, 25,000kWh for biomass boilers and stoves and 30,000kWh for Ground Source Heat Pumps. However, these limits will not disqualify larger properties with higher heat demands from applying, it just will cap the amount of RHI available. There will be no heat demand limit for solar thermal.

An electricity meter will be required to be installed on all new air and ground source heat pumps applying for support under the scheme. However, the payments will still be made based on deemed heating requirements.

2nd November 2016
Bublshop Central is taking shape

The boys are hard at work getting our Staffordshire showroom ready! Bublshop Central will be our third showroom and training centre to open. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date.

25th October 2016
Winter is fast approaching, which means it's time to test the heating.
Winter is fast approaching, which means it's time to test the heating.

Research suggests that 1 in 5 boilers won’t survive the winter (Uswitch, 2013) and so your customers might be thinking of updating their hot water heating systems. It is important that you provide them with the right cylinder to provide them with adequate hot water all winter long.

At Bublshop we can help with all the design and specification queries you have. Send us over your plans with details of the property, the current main source of energy and what renewable source you are planning to install. We will then do the heat loss calculations for the project and give recommendations of which equipment we think is most suitable.

We supply all your renewable needs from heap pumps, accessories and parts at competitive prices.

17th October 2016
Bublshop present the Sanden CO2 Heat pump

We recently visited a dairy farm to discover the benefits of installing a Sanden COHeat Pump. 

Generating large volumes of hot water can be expensive for any business, especially in off grid areas. This high efficiency hot water heat pump system uses COrefrigerant technology and heats water to 65oC without using electrical back up heaters. 

Watch the video to find out more. 

13th October 2016
Glenn at London ExCel

We'll be at the Edinburgh Homebuilding and Renovating Show on 14th October 2016!

11th October 2016
Glen & Kirstie discuss the LG Monobloc Air to Water Heat Pump

10th October 2016
Bublshop launch exclusive heat pump cylinder with in-built buffer tank.

Bublshop have launched their Tank-on-Tank Cylinder, a heat pump cylinder that is designed to allow for a quicker and easier install

Bublshop, a leading distributor of high quality renewable energy products, have been working with RM Cylinders to design and create an exclusive cylinder that allows for a more efficient installation of any heat pump system.The Tank-on-Tank Cylinder comes with both 180l or 210l capacity and has a 50l buffer tank built in. The cylinder has been designed to alleviate the common heat pump installation issue; the key design features include maintaining the system flow and ensure maximum efficiencies are met.

Martin Perrin, Technical Director for Bublshop said: “Not only will end users benefit from a system that operates at optimum efficiency, but installers will also profit from fitting a product that is designed to remove problematic issues that are often associated with installing a heat pump.”

The RM Tank to Tank Cylinder can be used with any heat pump system on the market. Click here to purchase now. 

For more information, please visit, telephone Bublshop on 01747 826900, or email

6th October 2016
Bublshop are pleased to welcome PR graduate, Kirstie Price to the team.

With the business rapidly growing, we needed someone with a keen eye for PR & Marketing to join the team.

Kirstie Price - PR & Marketing

Kirstie graduated from Bournemouth University with a BA (Hons) in Public Relations in November 2015. After spending a year working and travelling in Australia she has returned to Dorset to embark on an exciting career at Bublshop.  

Kirstie is keen to work with our installers to provide them with marketing support for their organisation. If you would like more information on how your business can benefit from Bublshop Marketing Support, please call 01747 826900 or email

1st September 2016
Bublshop Customer Runs Community Energy Competition
Bublshop Customer Runs Community Energy Competition

Bublshop customer Dorset Energy Solutions is running a community energy competition from Friday 2nd September - 23rd September.

The competition aims to get the local community involved in supporting their local amenities, whilst promoting renewable energy systems.
It has given village halls and community buildings the opportunity to win a FREE 4kW Solar PV system for their roof to subsidise their electricity costs.

The Community Energy Competition are asking locals in villages around Dorset to vote for their local village or community hall.
The Hall with the most votes will win the competition, it is that simple!!

If you would like to vote* for your local hall or if you are interested in being considered for future competitions visit the Community Energy Competition website...

*Any votes made before Friday 2nd September will not apply, please see terms and conditions at

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