A new-build housing development in Dumfries, Scotland is now benefiting from reliable, renewable district heating – thanks to the installation of a large-scale NIBE ground source heat pump. The system is providing central space heating for each of the site’s five new purpose-built supported-housing properties, as well as a dedicated staff base.
The Hallam House development in Beeswing has been supported by joint funding from the Scottish Government’s Affordable Housing Supply Programme and Dumfries & Galloway Council, as well as private finance secured by the housing association, Loreburn Housing.
£862k boost for livestock auctioneer in renewables overhaul. An auction house in Northumberland is set to make a 236% return on investment, reaping an estimated £862,000 in energy savings and commercial RHI payments over the next 20 years, after installing solar PV panels and a NIBE ground source heat pump system.
The Lancaster Hall Hotel is situated in the heart of London’s popular Lancaster Gate & Bayswater, which attracts many tourists and business travellers.
In order to make sure Lancaster Hall Hotel can accommodate sanitary hot water efficiently for all of their customers; MHIAE connected two Q-ton to two 2,000 litre hot water storage tanks.
The hotel consists of two separate boiler rooms with completely segregated hot water and heating systems utilising five boilers running at different pressures in order to cater for 250 people on site.
The owners of an award-winning refurbished swimming pool in Kent are enjoying significant energy savings following the installation of a Calorex Pro-Pac heat pump.
Recognised as the most sustainable way to dynamically heat swimming pool water, a Calorex Pro-Pac 22Y unit was chosen for the project by Bespoke Swimming Pools to keep energy and operating costs to a minimum.
Designed and manufactured in the UK under ISO9001 compliance, the highly innovative Pro-Pac heat pumps are specifically designed for swimming pool heating and are capable of providing a pool with up to five units of absorbed heat for every one unit paid for.
“The customer wanted a concrete pool to replace the old, tired unusable liner pool that was already in place,” explains Tony Keogh of Bespoke Swimming Pools...
Daikin has launched its long awaited hybrid heat pump aiming at the 20 million 'on grid' UK properties that could benefit from its combination of Intergas boiler and Altherma LT heat pump for reducing energy bills.
The system uses tried and tested equipment, namely a well respected Intergas boiler and the Daikin Altherma LT heat pump and, according to Daikin, is up to 130% efficient. The hybrid is aimed squarely at properties using gas or LPG boilers and has the added advantage that households will not need to replace their radiators or cylinders if they install it. This has been a point of confusion in the heat pump market which this product addresses. The Daikin hybrid can also work with underfloor heating and heat pump convectors.
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