Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground Source Heat Pumps are available from Gr33n Limited who are approved distributors of the Danfoss Group, Europe's largest Heat Pump Manufacturer. We have over 10 years experience in design and installation of Ground Source Heat Pumps and Air Source Heat Pumps and now also supply direct to all sectors including residential, domestic and commercial. We supply Ground Source Heat Pumps and Air Source Heat Pumps in England, Scotland and Wales.
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Ground Source Heat Pump Projects
Ground Source Heat Pump are a renewable energy system which provides heating and hot water for your home, office or school using free solar energy stored in the ground. Benefits include no local emissions and payback cycles from as little as five years saving up to 75% of your fuel bill. Heat in the ground one metre below the surface on average is around 10°C. Loops in the ground absorb the temperature from the ground and convert the energy to heat. Please click here for more information about Ground Source Heat Pumps.
Ground Source Heat Pump Projects
Case Study details for Ground Source Heat Pumps. Typical installations include new build, barn conversions, complete renovations, rebuild, commercial buildings & public sector buildings including schools. Please click here for more information about Ground Source Heat Pump case studies.
The Process of Ground Source Heat Pump Installation
The process of installation has several key stages to ensure that you enjoy many years of maintenance free hot water and heating provided by your Ground Source Heat Pump. The process involves your initial enquiry which is a vital stage ensuring that you adopt the optimum hot water and heating solution. The next stages include specification, quotation, confirmation of order, site visit if required, installation and commissioning. We can now also supply direct to Distributors. Please click here to find out more about the process of installation for your Ground Source Heat Pump.
Enquiry Form for your Ground Source Heat Pump
At Gr33n Limited we would like to deal with your enquiry as soon possible. Our Enquiry form is design to help you ascertain your suitability for a Ground Source Heat Pump. The form will also allow you to upload any building plans or drawings that we will need to assist the specification and quotation process. Please click here to enquire about your Ground Source Heat Pumps.
Please browse our website for more information about Ground Source Heat Pump Technology and our range of Heat Pumps then contact us on 0800 999 2899 to speak to one of our team or complete the enquiry form on the website.
Ground Source Heat Pump Case Study
Students at St Benedict's Catholic and Performing Arts College in Derby are looking forward to benefiting from a more sustainable and affordable source of energy provided by ground source heat pumps that have been supplied into their new changing room block.
The school has been refurbished through the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme and they took the decision to use renewable energy sources, wherever possible, which included the installation of solar panels, a wind turbine, as well as the ground source heat pump.
The pump is fed through a Duo 10 unit, which provides heating through two 200m ground loops which have been installed horizontally in the land outside the changing block.
The school provides secondary education for around 1,500 pupils and was originally built back in the 1940s. Since then new buildings have been added on, the latest of which is the changing block and a new all-weather pitch, which has recently been completed.
Jenny Williamson, director of business and development for Saint Benedict's School, explains: "We worked with a design engineer and architect to come up with the most sustainable heating solution for the new block. We chose ground source heat pumps, as they are one of the most sustainable and energy efficient ways to heat a building and are much more affordable to run than conventional heating systems. Our aim was to create a building with a much lower carbon footprint, which is much better for the environment, yet still meets all our heating and hot water needs at an affordable price."
By combining the heat pumps with the wind turbine and solar panels, it means the changing block will be self sufficient and can provide its own electricity and energy, creating a carbon neutral building.
Although the initial cost of a heat pump is higher than for conventional heating, there is help available for public sector, schools and charitable organisations, such as the Low Carbon Buildings Programme (LCPB) phase 2, for which Gr33n Limited is an approved supplier to British Gas. The college applied for a grant under this scheme and received up to 50 per cent towards the total installation costs.
Richard Walkden, Director of Gr33n Limited, explains: "Heat pumps are up to four times as efficient as a conventional gas boiler so the College should expect that their running costs will be drastically reduced. Many organisations view heat pumps as investing in the future of their buildings, giving them a low maintenance, sustainable supply of heating that improves their energy rating and is therefore much lower cost to run!"
Gr33n Limited has extensive experience in the design, supply and installation of heat pump systems for schools, community buildings, developers, local authorities, housing associations and self builders.
For more information contact Gr33n Limited on 0800 999 2899 or visit the website www.gr33n.co.uk.