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Air Source Heat Pump: An Air Source Heat Pump(ASHP) system extracts and absorbs thermal heat from the outside air. This heat is then used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems and provide hot water for your home. Click here for more information.
Geothermal Heat Pump: A geothermal heat pump or ground source heat pump is a central heating and cooling system. This system uses the earth as a heat reservoir to heat or cool buildings. The earth beneath the surface remains at a constant temperature throughout the year. The earth is used as a heat source (in the winter) and a heat sink (in the summer). Click here for more information.
Heat Recovery Ventilation: HRV is an energy recovery ventilation system which involves employing a counter-flow heat exchanger between the inbound and outbound air. Heat Recovery Ventilation provides fresh air and improved climate control, while also reducing your energy bills by saving energy. Click here for more information.
Photovoltaic: Photovoltaic is a renewable energy technology that converts solar (sun light) radiation into electricity using semiconductors for your domestic or commercial premises. Photovoltaic panels look similar to solar panels but work differently in that solar panels are used to produce hot water or steam whereas photovoltaic panels convert the sunlight directly into electricity. Click here for more information.
Solar Thermal Solar thermal (heat) energy is a carbon-free, renewable alternative to the power we generate with fossil fuels like coal and gas. Solar Thermal systems are designed to provide domestic, industrial and commercial properties with hot water all year round while significantly reducing energy bills. Click here for more information.
Thermodynamic Solar: Thermodynamic Solar PST system is the latest generation in solar panels. It’s innovative technology is based on the theory by French physicist Nicolas Carnot who discovered thermodynamics. They are the only solar panels that heat water at night and on cloudy days without sunlight assuring an efficient supply of hot water and centeal heating 365 days a year while at the same time reducing CO2 emissions. Click here for more information.
Underfloor Heating: Underfloor heating systems provide safe, efficient, evenly distributed warmth for your household along with reducing your utility bills. There are currently two types of underfloor heating systems, either electric or hydronic which offer an alternative for radiators and central heating systems. Click here for more information.