Case Studies

Reigate

New Housing Development using Low Temperature Air Source Heat Pumps Built in 2011 this development is comprised of sixteen, one and two bedroom apartments for private housing in Reigate. The project was commissioned by a local developer and comprises of a mixture of gas fuelled units with radiators and a number of heat pumps units

Tudeley

Listed House using High Temperature Air Source Heat Pump & Solar Photovoltaic Panels The owners of this listed property in Tudeley, Kent, undertook a great deal of time to research the possibility of incorporating renewable energy into their home. They were faced with the problems of the house being listed, heated by oil, radiators that

Tonbridge

New Build Detatched Property using Low Temperature Ground Source Heat Pump Built in 2011 this development is a four bedroom detached property in Kent set over three floors. A Ground Source heat pump is installed with an integrated hot water cylinder to minimise the space required for the unit which is coupled to three arrays

Risebridge

Health Club using High Temperature Air Source Heat Pump The owners of the health club had been considering the use of renewable technologies as they had high running costs due to heating all of the hot water for the swimming pool showers using electricity and heating the pool and its surrounding area using oil. Low

Rainham

New Social Housing Development using Low Temperature Air Source Heat Pumps Built in 2010 this development is comprised on twenty two, two and three bedroom apartments for social housing. The project was commissioned by a major provider of social housing in south London and Essex to provide affordable housing with low running costs. The outdoor

Maynards Green

Refurbished Detatched Property using Low Temperature Ground Source Heat Pump During 2011 this property was extended and refurbished to provide a comfortable, energy efficient home. The heat pump system is installed in an external plant room with the hot water cylinder and buffer tank. The hot water is provided by a tank in tank system

Huntsman

Alms House Development using Low Temperature Air Source Heat Pumps Built in 2009 / 2010 this development is comprised of eighteen accommodation units and a day centre for long term, low cost housing for elderly people in need of support. The project was commissioned by a local Charity in Maidstone to provide affordable accommodation with

Felbridge

New Housing Development using Low Temperature Air Source Heat Pumps This bespoke development of five houses was built in 2009 and wanted to embrace renewable technology for heating the properties. They are a variety of semi detached and detached properties with three and four bedrooms with radiators for heat emitters rather than underfloor which may