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The thermodynamic water heater, also known as the thermodynamic cumulus, is one of the most ecological water production devices on the market. Efficient and particularly economical, it represents an ideal solution to meet the domestic hot water needs of the whole house. This is the reason why it is eligible for the tax credit for energy transition (CITE) set up by the government. Explanation!
Hot water production: why choose a thermodynamic water heater?
There are many reasons why French households may opt for a thermodynamic water heater.
If we consider the ecological aspect of this type of equipment, we must first know that the thermodynamic water heater saves up to 600 liters per day, that it does not reject CO2 and which it uses to operate an inexhaustible and free resource: ambient air. Thermodymic water heaters also have many economic benefits. By choosing to invest in this type of water heater, you can save up to 70% on your energy consumption bill.
If you opt for such a model, it will pay for itself in just four or five years. It will allow you to benefit from financial aid from the State, such as the tax credit until December 31, 2016, a reduced VAT reduced to 5.5% and the Energy Premium in particular .
What is the rate of the tax credit for thermodynamic water heaters
As for the other energy-saving work groups, the rate of the tax credit for the thermodinamic water heater has known many variations since its creation in 2005. In its 2015/2016 version, the principle of bouquet work is deleted. Result: a single percentage of 30% is granted, whether the person wishes to carry out multi-work or a single-work project. It should also be noted that since January 1, 2015, eco-conditionality has come into force, which means that all of the energy improvement works are carried out by establishments recognized as RGE.