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Heat Pumps & Renewables

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What is a heat pump?

A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one location to another. It is a versatile heating and cooling system that can be used for both residential and commercial purposes. Heat pumps are energy-efficient because they move heat rather than generate it through combustion, making them a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective choice for many heating and *cooling applications.

*Not all heat pumps can do cooling.

There are two main types of heat pumps:

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP):

These heat pumps extract heat from the outdoor air and transfer it into a building to provide heating. In the summer, they can reverse the process to provide cooling by removing heat from the indoor air and expelling it outside. ASHPs are commonly used in moderate climate regions.

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Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) or Geothermal Heat Pumps:

These heat pumps extract heat from the ground or a nearby water source, such as a well or a pond. They are more efficient than ASHPs and can be used in a wider range of climates. GSHPs use underground loops to exchange heat with the Earth’s relatively stable temperature, which is typically cooler than the outdoor air in summer and warmer in winter.

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Government Funded Boiler Upgrade Scheme

Through the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, you could get a grant to cover part of the cost of replacing fossil fuel heating systems with a heat pump or biomass boiler. Fossil fuel heating systems include oil, gas or electric.

New Heat Pump installations could qualify for up to £7500 back from the government.

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