Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground Source Heat Pumps

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Ground Source Heat Pumps – Drawing heating energy from the ground

Even when it’s freezing outside, temperature levels remain steady deep below the ground. Ground source heat pumps exploit this phenomenon and are among the few that achieve a COP of up to 5. Even at temperatures below 0°C, from one part electricity they still generate up to five parts heat (meaning they are up to 500% efficient compared to traditional heating systems).

Both ground and air source heat pumps are suitable for domestic properties.Su

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Enjoy the benefits

  • Receive up to £4,500 per year for 7 years tax-free with the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Payments
  • Fixed quarterly payments
  • Reduced fuel bills, especially if you are replacing oil, coal, LPG or direct electric
  • Not reliant on fuel deliveries
  • Reduced carbon emissions
  • Nothing visible from the outside of the property

How it works

A ground source heat pump works by moving heat that’s collected from the ground via a circulating loop of glycol (antifreeze). This then passes through a compressor that raises it to a higher temperature, which can then heat water for the heating and hot water circuits of the house. The cooled ground-loop fluid passes back into the ground where it absorbs further energy from the ground in a continuous process as long as heating is required.

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