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Compro Renewable Energy Ltd announces new leadership team

Monday, 22 April 2024 14:50

Over the last 5 years Compro has grown successfully from humble beginnings around Chris Sayer's dining room table to a ~£30m turnover, ~110 employee business in 2024. This has been achieved by a combination of acquisition and organic growth to deliver a diversified integrated renewable energy group across Heat Pumps, Solar PV, micro-Wind Turbines, MVHR and other technology. The group plans to expand further in the growing renewable energy sector over the next few years, by both organic growth and acquisition. 

isoenergy's contribution to decarbonizing heating systems for Net Zero week

Tuesday, 04 July 2023 11:02

Net Zero Week serves as a crucial reminder of the urgent need to address climate change and accelerate the transition to a sustainable future. As a leading provider of renewable energy solutions, Isoenergy plays a significant role in the decarbonisation of heating systems. This article explores Isoenergy's commitment to Net Zero Week and its contribution to reducing carbon emissions by revolutionizing the way we heat our homes.

What is the best way to combine Heat Pumps & Solar PV Panels?

Thursday, 13 April 2023 13:56

People are turning to heat pumps and solar panels to provide heat to the home.

Think Energy Devizes

Tuesday, 31 January 2023 16:24

Mayor of Devizes opens Think Energy event

ISO Energy was present at Think Energy hosted by Sustainable Devizes, an energy awareness event targeted at an audience of both businesses and the public. Against the backdrop of a turbulent world, it was to encourage those who want to get to grips with high energy costs, and reduce their carbon footprint. ISO Energy helped to support the event and showcased sustainable opportunities and technology.

Heat Pumps or Gas?

Thursday, 26 January 2023 16:24

Which is cheaper, heat pumps or gas?

Energy costs in the UK are increasing rapidly, and this trend is set to continue well into 2023 and beyond. An effective and efficient heating system is where you can make most of your cost savings, but which is cheaper, a heat pump or mains gas?

Christmas Energy Saving Tips

Wednesday, 21 December 2022 13:17

Festive tips for an energy-efficient Christmas

With energy prices nearing an all-time high, it is important to consider how to be energy efficient over the Christmas season. Here are a collection of energy saving tips for around the home which could help ease the price burden.

ISO Energy Electric Vehicles

Friday, 09 December 2022 12:21

ISO Energy’s Electric Vehicle Policy and Statement of Intent

New government mandates and rising fuel costs are making the transition to owning an electric vehicle (EV) fleet necessary, rather than an option.

What is Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR)?

Monday, 28 November 2022 15:29

If you are building a new home, a heat recovery system can offer substantial savings on heating bills over normal ventilation methods.

When to change your heat pump

Monday, 14 November 2022 15:37

A heat pump works hard to keep you warm and cool when you need it, but nothing lasts forever, so at some point you will have to consider a replacement.

The Future of Air Source Heat Pumps

Wednesday, 02 November 2022 10:11

The UK Government is advocating for the increased use of Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) as an important way to phase out fossil fuel boilers due to the zero carbon-emitting technology and efficient heat energy production, having approximately three times more efficiency than other heating alternatives. 

It is clear that ASHPs will become the dominant technology in the UK heat pump industry. It is estimated that the UK will need to have a least 600,000 heat pumps installed by 2028 to be on track to net zero-carbon targets. The launch of the Government’s Boiler Upgrade Scheme in May this year may be the catalyst for mass uptake of heat pumps as domestic heating systems.

Unlike some countries in Central and Northern Europe, such as Switzerland and Sweden, which have well-established heat pumps for hot water and heating, the UK relies on gas boilers (around 85%), with only 2% of the heat system coming from renewables and less than 1% being air source heat pumps.

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