Hot water and space heating integrated system looks to address fuel poverty and social landlord operating costs by using heat pumps to charge thermal batteries in rural Scotland.
In a UK first, older people living in social housing in Midlothian are to benefit from reduced fuel costs thanks to a new, smart mini district heating network providing low-carbon warmth by combining thermal storage batteries with communal gas boilers and communal air-source heat pumps.
Hot water and space heating systems designed around compact thermal storage cut energy consumption and social landlord running costs in 625 homes across Scotland.
A hybrid energy centre at Wirral Met College has an integrated heating and electrical supply solution that provides 65% of electricity and almost all of the campus’ heating and hot water needs by using Sunamp Phase Change Material thermal storage batteries.
Compact heat battery and heat pump integrated system design enables the removal of gas combi boilers from 364 space-constrained homes while increasing resident safety and reducing CO2-emissions.