Global Energy Systems have launched the new Cambridge air source heat pump to offer a single unit solution for heating systems of loads up to 100kW. Engineered to provide heating through water based systems the Cambridge is ideal for hotels, warehouses, swimming pools, offices, district heating or agricultural use.
Designed for the UK climate, the Cambridge is ideal for cold, damp conditions. With both the evaporator and the refrigerant circuit optimised to handle UK winter weather, the Cambridge offers excellent resilience and performance all year round.
Eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the Cambridge can offer significant run costs savings against most existing heating systems and clear cost benefits for new builds. For a survey and quote, please contact our commercial team through the form below or on 033 33 44 44 14.
SAVINGS AND RHI
Air source heat pumps can save you money on your heating whilst cutting carbon emissions. How much will depend upon how you use your heating and to what the heat pump is being compared. The best savings are against lots of space heating or year round uses, such as swimming pools.
Heat pumps are also eligible for the RHI – The Renewable Heat Incentive. For homes, the domestic scheme pays 7.5p per kWh of renewable energy generated, for 7 years. For commercial uses, the Non-Domestic scheme pays 2.5p for each kWh of renewable heat used for 20 years.
The RHI is subject to the 2015 Government spending review. Funding is in place until March 2016, after this time nothing certain. To ensure that your project qualifies for up to 20 years of funding act fast, and make sure installation is complete by March 2016.
Global Energy Systems have been featured in two UK publications recently.
Lancashire Life have written a great piece about the story of the company and the Morris family. Entitled "Running on Hot Air" and written by Roger Borrell the article is available on our download page. In the piece you will hear about the foundation of the business and some of our projects, including our work with Ribby Hall Village and Spa.
The second article showcases our work with Helical Technologies' warehouse. Written and featured in Warehouse and Logistics News. A copy is available on the Warehouse and Logistics news site entitled "Save up to 65% on Heating your Warehouse". A copy is also available on our download page.
HOW IT WORKS
Air source heat pumps use the earth's free ambient energy to produce renewable heat energy for central heating and hot water systems. They were first built in the 1850's with Lord Kelvin suggesting the theory and Peter Ritter von Rittinger building the first example. The modern heat pump has been developed by Global Energy Systems incorporating the advancements in condensers and compressor efficiencies making them a major contributor to the micro generation of renewable energy. With excellent year round Coefficient of Performance the Eco Air Boiler range can produce domestic hot water at up to 70°C at the same time as running central heating.