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Heat Pumps work in a similar way as a refrigerator but works in reverse. Ground source heat pumps basically take heat from under the ground and convert it to usable heat through a heat pump. This type of heat is beneficial for space heating and domestic hot water heating. The cycle of the ground source heat pump is highly efficient as it can deliver up to 4kW of heat energy for every kW of energy input into the system.
Another method of capturing heat energy is using Air Source Heat Pumps. They function in a similar way to ground source heat pumps but they capture the heat energy in the air instead of the ground. Ground source heat pumps haven proven to be more efficient as air source heat pumps produce fewer units. Air source heat pumps will deliver around 3kW of heat energy for every kW of energy input into the system.
A Ground Source unit installation works out to be higher in cost compared to Air Source Heat Pump. An Air Source Heat Pump requires less installation space as well, which would make it beneficial if space is an issue. If you are interested with either of these units then our designers will advise you on which unit will be more beneficial with installations and "whole life costs."
Ground Source and Heat Pump systems can also be integrated with solar panel systems, and also solar hot water heating systems and also interface particularly well with under floor heating. An alternative way of providing new homes with heating is the Ground Source Heat Pumps system. You will eligible for payments under the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive), which is a government scheme to encourage the application of renewable energy systems when Air or Ground Source Heat Pumps are installed.
Anyone who has had a ground source heat pump installed from July 29 2011 will receive £1,250 'premium payment' thanks to the Renewable Heat Incentive and then from October 2012 they will receive ongoing RHI payments. If you require more information then please visit funding page.
Buckingham was the county town of Buckinghamshire until the 18th century when it was replaced in this capacity by Aylesbury. In 1705 the Duke of Buckingham commissioned a residence to be built in London, which eventually became the home to the British Monarch when Queen Victoria took the throne and is of course now known as Buckingham Palace.
We cover the whole of the UK and take pride in knowing our industry as well as you know your town. If you live in Buckingham, Milton Keynes or the surrounding areas and would like to find out more about how renewable energy can save you money and help you live a greener lifestyle call us today on 0845 838 2477.
At Solartech our aim is to guide our clients through the entire process of installing Heat Pumps and we offer all our clients a variety of combined environmentally conscious technology integrated solutions. By doing so we can help our client avoid any duplication of costs and enables them to have one point of contact. By offering these solutions clients can have more benefits through having 1 cost effective system rather than having systems from different suppliers.
Solartech have access to major leading manufacturers who supply heat pumps such as Mitsubishi, ICE Energy and Daikin. By having access to manufacturers like these, this enables us to choose the optimum and most efficient Heat Pumps for individual projects.
So if you live in Milton Keynes or Buckingham and would like some more information or advice about ground sour heat pumps then you can either fill out the contact form or call us on 0845 838 2477.
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