BHESCo works with a range of customers with differing needs and concerns. Experience has enabled us to develop a variety of finance options to empower all types of property owner to take control of their energy.

We want property owners to reduce their carbon emissions and we do what we can to make that happen. The majority of our projects are completed using our innovative Pay As You Save model, where our services are made available at zero upfront cost using funds raised from the local community.

This means that customers start to see savings immediately, with a portion of those savings being used to repay the cost of the installation. Once repaid, our customers get the full benefit of their savings.

There are other cases where a customer may want to pay something upfront to lower the borrowed amount, or where BHESCo cannot achieve savings from the measures that are installed, such as with underfloor heating or asbestos removal

Power Purchase Agreement

The customer pays a price for the energy generated or saved from the measures we install.

Operating Lease Agreement

The customer pays BHESCo for the right to use the equipment that we have installed on their premises and does not take ownership of the equipment,

Hire Purchase Agreement

The customer owns the equipment for finance and tax purposes and pays a monthly amount to pay back our upfront investment

Loan Agreement

A collateralised loan like one would get from a bank

To discuss a finance plan that’s right for you contact BHESCo today. Our friendly and knowledgable staff are here to answer your questions and help you begin your journey to energy independence.


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