Reduced Local Emissons
Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissons
Inexhaustible Supply of Heat
Reduced Reliance on Fossil Fuel
Reduced energy costs
Reduced maintenance costs
Reduced VAT - Only 5%
Increased return on investment
Air Source Heat Pumps – Renewable Energy for Community Projects in the UK
If available land or disruption to the building or its surroundings is a challenge, then an air source heat pump could be the answer to reducing the energy costs while sending a message of sustainability to your community. Air source heat pumps with a COP (coefficient of performance) of 3.7, basically means that for 1 kilo watt of electrical energy the unit consumes it produces 3.7 kilo watts of heat.
With our air source heat pumps they can be connected to an additional mobile communications device to enable committee members to monitor and adjust the temperature to suit the changing use of the building from the internet.
As we have worked closely with many community centres we can organise visits to sites to look at the installation and to chat to the committee about the installation process.
Air Source Heat Pump Installation –'Eco Canopy' – Kings Langley
We installed a Stiebel Eltron Air Source Heat Pump and integrated it to a Rehau underfloor heating system. The 5KW Air Source Heat Pump extracts energy from the outside air and supplies heat at a low carbon cost.
This model is particularly suitable for small quick builds such as the Bailey's Eco Canopy!
To find out more about how Revolution Power carried out the installation of an Air Source Heat Pump in this Kings Langley School please click on the link opposite.
For more information on using Air Source Heat Pumps in your Community or Not-for-Profit Project, including information on government grants available for Renewable Energy Sources for Community Projects please contact Revolution Power by email at Revolution Power - Air Source Heat Pumps - Community Projects or telephone 01325 320 910