Renewable Technology & Carbon Reduction for Business
Air, Water or Ground Source Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are an effective and energy efficient way to produce hot water to heat your premises. They work by absorbing heat from the environment and transferring it to a fluid, which is compressed to increase its temperature. This heat is then transferred from the compressed fluid into the central heating system, to use for both heating and hot water.
The main difference between the types of heat pumps is simply where they get heat from: air source heat pumps absorb heat from the air whereas ground source heat pumps absorb heat from the ground and water heat pumps work by extracting heat from a body of water and converting it into useful energy.
Benefits of Heat Pumps:
- They are cheaper to run than oil and gas boilers
- Renewable source of heat
- Reliable energy with only minimal maintenance required
- Highly efficient - 400% more efficient than standard heating systems as they move heat rather than create it.
- Long lifespan of between 20 to 25 years. As a result, they are extremely reliable and a steady source of heat.
How can we help?
We can determine the best hardware, installer and location on your site, generation requirements, and budget. We manage the whole process from end-to-end, evaluating the numerous variables, sourcing and evaluating quotes and ROI from the best providers, ensuring cost effective and timely delivery of projects to the highest standards.