domestic hot water heat pump News

  • Domestic RHI roadshows

    The domestic RHI scheme is for home-owners and private and social landlords who want to install renewable heating systems in their homes in England, Wales and Scotland. It will provide long term financial support for property owners who install renewable heating systems and is due to be launched in the spring. It will mark a milestone in energy efficiency as it will be the first time every ...

  • Why choose VTCOOL Heat pump?

    There are many reasons to choose VTCOOL heat pump for your comfortable home. Here is just some most striking reasons: Original European design to upgrade your home image. 2 years warranty to prevent you from any problem. VTCOOL production facility is certified by TUV field inspection, which is much more trustable than any other inspection. All VTCOOL heat ...

  • H2 Eco Gains approval as Heat Pump installer

    As we begin to offer a wider range of energy saving technologies, we also work with more manufacturers to mee - and beat - their standards for efficient, high quality installations. We are delighted to have been certified as Approved Installers for Daikin Heat Pumps here in the UK. A Daikin heat pump can provide more than efficient heating for your home. It can also provide a total solution ...


    By H2ecO

  • Next steps on Renewable Heat

    Progress on support for renewable heat hots up today with the publication of three consultations on the Coalition’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI). The RHI, the first of its kind in the world, was launched for the non domestic sector in November last year, with a scheme for householders intended to open in Summer 2013. Renewable Heat Incentive for householders ...

  • More households can benefit from renewable heating

    Changes to the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) mean that from Spring 2015 Registered Social Landlords will no longer be required to have a Green Deal Assessment in order to apply for the innovative RHI scheme. If social landlords already have Energy Performance Certificates for their properties, and these are less than two years old, they will be able to apply to the scheme ...

  • Regions given helping hand to develop locally sourced heat

    The map shows that there is around 40 urban rivers and estuaries that could provide large-scale renewable heating supplies to local communities through water source heat pumps, instead of traditional gas-fired or electric domestic heating. Water source heat pumps operate by taking heat from the water and feeding it into local heat networks or single buildings, providing a low-carbon source of ...

  • New scheme offers cash incentive to households using renewable heating systems in their homes

    A new and innovative Government scheme launched today will pay people for the green heat they generate for their homes. The domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat, offering homeowners payments to offset the cost of installing low carbon systems in their properties. The scheme is open to everyone – home ...

  • Xylem debuts new innovative energy-efficient pumps for HVAC and plumbing systems

    Xylem Inc. launched new energy-efficient pumps for commercial heating and cooling applications at the 2014 Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. “Business owners are increasingly turning to efficient building operations to lower their energy costs and environmental impact,” said Ken Napolitano, president of ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • Solar Water Heaters -- South Africa Preparing for the Double Boom

    The solar water heater market in South Africa has recorded phenomenal growth during the past four years expanding from less than 20 suppliers in 1997 to more than 400 by the beginning of 2011, finds Frost & Sullivan, the global market intelligence and growth consulting company. In line with global trends, South Africa's domestic water heating market is moving away from traditional water ...


  • In 2013 TiSUN focuses on maximum efficiency with new products

    New tank with particularly efficient fresh water module, low-energy high-efficiency pumps and new improved isolation. The Tyrolean solar specialist TiSUN presents new products for 2013 in the pump station range with two additional high-efficiency pumps in the domestic set and large system area, a particularly high-yielding 200 mm insulation for the TiSUN stratified tanks and the ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • TiSUN appoints New London Agent

    TiSUN, the Austrian solar thermal systems manufacturer, has appointed Matt Tickle of Hurlstones Midlands & South to represent TiSUN’s range to the Building Services Industry in the London area. TiSUN is a specialist in solar thermal systems, and has been manufacturing systems in Austria for 23 years. TiSUN manufactures solar collectors and innovative thermal stores for solar ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • Durham University leads the way with environmentally efficient building

    The city of Durham has always had a proud heritage of beautiful buildings that stretches back to medieval times. The city in the north-east of England boasts the 11th century Durham Castle and the breathtaking grandeur of Durham Cathedral (forming a UNESCO World Heritage site), and can now be equally proud of the new Palatine Centre at the University of Durham. Durham University was founded in ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • Solar Thermal Awareness & Training Day

    This course will introduce you to solar thermal and give you an overview of its advantages for domestic and commercial installations, making sure you understand the technology and benefits it brings. The training also includes an overview of our latest innovation – Kingspan Range Trinity ...


    By Kingspan Environmental Ltd

  • Small Businesses Receive $2 Million to Advance HVAC Technologies

    The U.S. Department of Energy announced March 20, 2014, approximately $2 million to advance next generation water heating technologies developed by America’s small businesses. The two selected Phase II projects—one by Sheetak of Austin, Texas, and the other by Xergy Inc. of Seaford, Del.—received awards under the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, a ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Slovak republic - renewable energy sector profile

    Slovakia, a landlocked republic in Central Europe with a population of just 5.5 million people, is experiencing some of the best economic growth in Europe. In 2007, the GDP growth was 8.5%. The intention to introduce the Euro currency in January 2009 is a major driving force behind the fiscal policies. Privatization has been practically completed few years ago, with the result that over 96% of ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Austrian technology crowns Arabian sports stadium

    The "Al Aim stadium" near Abu Dhabi is a project of remarkable dimensions: from summer 2013, approximately 25,000 people can be seated in this stadium with a total area of 45,000 m². Austrian technology provides the renewable domestic hot water production for the showers and toilet facilities of the athletes and visitors of the stadium in the Middle East. Larger, more spectacular, unique ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • Deep geothermal symposium: Gregory Barker speech

    INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT Thank you for the opportunity to address the Symposium today. I spoke last year at an event alongside the 1st Symposium to mark the UK’s membership of the IEA’s (International Energy Association) Geothermal Implementing Agreement. An agreement that has the mission to foster learning between countries and support the development of geothermal energy ...

  • Major changes are in store for electricity industry

    Inventors are in a race to find the best way of storing electricity to make the most of renewables and cut the use of fossil fuels. Currently, when more power than needed by consumers is produced by sources such as wind turbines or solar panels, some of the electricity is wasted. But that is changing. Governments have realised that one of their biggest challenges in cutting the use of fossil ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Energy Department Invests $14 Million in Innovative Building Efficiency Technologies

    The Energy Department today announced up to $14 million in funding for 15 research and development projects to support technologies that will contribute to advancing early-stage, breakthrough energy-efficient solutions for buildings and homes. These projects will help building managers and homeowners reduce energy demand, save money and accelerate the deployment of clean energy ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • ‘Smart’ carbon positive energy house

    Experts from the Welsh School of Architecture have designed and built the UK's first purpose-built, low-cost energy smart house, capable of exporting more energy to the national electricity grid than it uses. The house, designed by Professor Phil Jones and his team based at the Welsh School of Architecture, has been built as a prototype to meet tough new targets for zero carbon housing set by UK ...


    By Cardiff University

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