solar heat pump system News

  • Ground Source Heat Pump Association

    Check against delivery Good morning. I am delighted to be speaking here today at the Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s fourth technical seminar with so many esteemed representatives from across industry and academia… and not just from the UK! I’m always keen to see the progress that other countries are making on renewable energy so it’s good to see delegates ...

  • Ground Source Heat Pump, Solar PV and Underfloor Heating for a new built property in Hertfordshire

    Better Planet was instructed to design, supply and commission a ground source heat pump, underfloor heating and solar PV for this luxury property in Hertfordshire. As no gas from the grid was available and planning required the use of a low carbon heating system, a heat pump was the natural choice. With plenty of land available for horizontal ground loops, ground source ...


    By Better Planet

  • H2 Eco Gains approval as Heat Pump installer

    As we begin to offer a wider range of energy saving technologies, we also work with more manufacturers to mee - and beat - their standards for efficient, high quality installations. We are delighted to have been certified as Approved Installers for Daikin Heat Pumps here in the UK. A Daikin heat pump can provide more than efficient heating for your home. It can also provide a total solution ...


    By H2ecO

  • ENER-G’s heat pump expertise is officially certified

    ENER-G Ground Source Solutions Ltd has won official certification for its expertise in delivering renewable heat pump technology. The Approved Contractor certificate means ENER-G has been recognised for the quality of its design, supply, and installation of heat pumps, in line with the exacting technical standards set out by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).ENER-G acquired the ...


    By ENER-G

  • Intersolar Europe: Simply Count on More – Valentin Software Presents New Planning Programmes for Photovoltaic and Solar Heating Systems

    Valentin Software is launching the first simulation programme that can simulate battery systems in grid-parallel operation realistically – PV*SOL advanced 6.0. The new version of the solar thermal programme T*SOL Pro, 5.5, will enable users to easily calculate yields for the use of solar thermal collectors. With the dynamic simulation programme PV*SOL advanced 6.0, users can ...


    By Krampitz Communications

  • Solar system at the height of 111 meters

    Austrian technology brings energy efficiency to the tallest building in the Czech Republic: The AZ tower injects energy into the 400,000-inhabitant city of Brno in the Czech Republic. The soon-to-be tallest building in the Czech Republic will be completed in May 2013 and does not only impress with its unique shape and color, but also contributes Austrian technology for renewable energy production ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • Social Housing to get low carbon heating systems

    A £10 million scheme aimed at getting low carbon forms of heating like biomass boilers, solar hot water panels and heat pumps  into the homes of social housing tenants across Great Britain opens to applications today. Following the success of the first social landlord competition under the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme last year, DECC has today launched a bigger and better ...

  • ENER-G free CPD seminars explore heat pump technology

    ENER-G Sustainable Technologies www.energ.co.uk/heatpumps  is inviting energy managers, consultants and engineers to a series of free CIBSE-accredited CPD seminars on heat pump systems. Upcoming lunchtime events at The University of Liverpool (Tuesday 11 December) and The University of Plymouth (Tuesday 18 December) will cover ground source heat pump and ...


    By ENER-G

  • Next steps on Renewable Heat

    Progress on support for renewable heat hots up today with the publication of three consultations on the Coalition’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI). The RHI, the first of its kind in the world, was launched for the non domestic sector in November last year, with a scheme for householders intended to open in Summer 2013. Renewable Heat Incentive for householders ...

  • Heat scheme hots up

    Umbrella company and holiday cottages are first two successful applicants to low carbon heating incentive Umbrella supplier Booth Brothers in Sheffield entered the history books today by becoming one of the first places in the UK to get the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive. Its offices, housed in an 18th century former corn mill in Penistone, will be kept warm through an ...

  • ENER-G super-sizes low carbon heat pumps at The Open University

    The UK’s largest closed loop ground source gas absorption heat pump installation is providing low carbon heat to The Open University in Milton Keynes. The heat pumps have been supplied by ENER-G, which worked in partnership with mechanical and electrical contractor Rushmoor Mechanical Services to install the technology at Building 12, a 2000 sq metre sustainable new-build development that ...


    By ENER-G

  • ENER-G welcomes proposed doubling of Renewable Heat Incentive tariff for Ground Source Heat Pumps

    ENER-G www.energ.co.uk/heatpumps has welcomed the proposed increase in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for ground source heat pumps in commercial, industrial and community buildings - stating that this would provide a 'level playing field' with other qualifying renewable technologies  Energy Minister Greg Barker has instructed his RHI team at the ...


    By ENER-G

  • Aquatherm Industries Sets World Record in Solar Thermal Efficiency with Ultrasun Solar Pool Heating Collector

    Aquatherm Industries, Inc. announced today it has set a world record in solar thermal efficiency with its newest flagship collector, Ultrasun. The collector was tested at TÜV Rheinland PTL in Tempe, Arizona to ISO Standard 9806 and certified by IAPMO R&T (International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials). Having ...


    By PRWeb

  • The heat is on for social landlords

    A new £6million competition aimed at getting renewable heating kit into the homes of social tenants across Great Britain has been launched by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) today. This new competition, part of the extended Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme announced in March this year, will help registered providers of social housing to install heat pumps, ...

  • The Renewable Heat Incentive has Launched!

    The domestic Renewable Heat Incentive has launched today, Wednesday 9th April 2014. Greg Barker MP had previously confirmed the launch of the RHI on Twitter on Tuesday evening, and the launch is in line with DECC announcements of a launch before Easter. The Renewable Heat Incentive will reward homeowners, private landlords and self ...


    By Easy RSS

  • More money for renewable heating kit

    Householders across Great Britain will be able to get even more cash for renewable heating kit, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced today. The money off vouchers available under the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme have been increased to £2,300 for ground source heat pumps, £2,000 for biomass boilers, £1,300 for air source heat pumps and ...

  • Winners of green heating competition revealed

    First wave of social housing winners to share in £4million fund Regional data published on uptake of £15 million Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme so far Twenty-four social housing providers across Britain have been awarded a share of a £4 million fund to install green heating systems in the homes of their tenants. They are the first winners to be announced ...

  • Low Carbon Heat Plans Revealed

    £25m for second phase of household voucher scheme Cost control plans set out for non-domestic renewable heat Timetable revealed for longer term support on household renewable heat A second phase of the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme, which gives money off renewable technologies like biomass boilers, air and ground source heat pumps and solar ...

  • Emphasis on energy savings and government support create growth potential in European heat pumps market, says Frost & Sullivan

    Greater emphasis on energy savings in the heating sector and new legislation mandating increased energy efficiency in buildings will result in high growth in the European heat pumps market. The main market challenges in the future include enhancing performance and raising consumer awareness. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Opening markets for CSP – the industrial heat application

    Heavy industry can be a viable secondary market today for CSP producers, but questions remain on whether start-up costs are justifiable for industrial users, and how reliable CSP can be for processes that can't pace production by the sun. Solar thermal heat implies steam, and industries that need steam include refining, food processing, wood-working, desalination and chemicals, among others. ...


    By FCBI Energy

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