Daikin Sky Air systems qualify for ECAs

Published:  06 February, 2014

Daikin, air conditioning, ECA, Enhanced Capital Allowances

The number of Daikin UK air-conditioning systems eligible for Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) has grown substantially with the recent addition of a further 20 Sky Air and split units being added to the Energy Technology List. The Carbon Trust, which runs the ECA scheme for the Government, recently increased efficiency thresholds so that only the top 20% efficient products are eligible.

Daikin products on the Energy Technology List include Smart and Classic outdoor units that can be paired with Roundflow cassettes, wall-mounted and ducted units.

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