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Can you use existing radiators with a heat pump?

Friday, 12 April 2019 14:41

Since heat pumps first became available in the UK, people have been concerned about the output temperature they can reach and want to know if a heat pump will work with their existing radiators. This short answer is yes, of course.

Herefordshire farm chooses isoenergy to install heat pump

Friday, 05 April 2019 08:47

Having received conflicting information from various independent consultants regarding a ground source heat pump solution, the owners of Llandraw Farm turned to isoenergy to provide clear advice and design the best sustainable energy solution for their needs.

isoenergy visit to Ecoforest

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 08:30

Isoenergy’s sales team recently visited the new headquarters of renewable energy manufacturers Ecoforest in Vigo, Spain.

Bath Abbey progress - March 2019

Friday, 22 March 2019 13:48

Last week saw further progress with the GSHP project at Bath Abbey. As part of the technical design submission to the client team it was agreed to build a mock-up of the drain above ground and install one of the custom-built Energy Blades in the manner we plan to install them in the Great Drain later in the year.

Ofgem conducting spot check audits without notice

Thursday, 14 March 2019 11:18

Those of you claiming the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for your renewable energy system might be aware that Ofgem have the right to inspect your installation to check compliance with the regulations. We have now been made aware that they have the right to inspect your installation without prior notice. We know this because one of the systems installed in our offices at isoenergy was checked yesterday.

Grid electricity gets greener

Thursday, 07 March 2019 15:59

One of the main attractions of installing a heat pump system is the lower carbon dioxide (CO2) production when compared to burning fossil fuels to heat a property. However, any electricity-based heating system using power from the grid to run is still responsible for some CO2 production and the amount depends on how the electricity is generated.

Going ‘Green’ in Snowdonia National Park

Tuesday, 26 February 2019 08:34

Carved into the foothills of Snowdonia lies the historic hunting lodge, Glyn Cywarch. This working country estate, home to the 7th Baron of Harlech, is in the midst of a complete renovation to bring this 850sqm building into the 21st Century.

What are the impacts of renewable energy for architects?

Thursday, 14 February 2019 16:05

In an ever-changing industry, how can you be certain you are giving your clients the best renewable energy advice?

What are the carbon savings from a heat pump?

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 09:30

In the latest IPCC climate change report the world was warned that average global temperatures should not exceed a 1.5°C increase. According to the report, if global temperatures exceed this limit there will be catastrophic environmental breakdown.

How to choose the right renewable energy installer.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 10:26

In recent years the introduction of government subsidies and tariffs has encouraged a large influx of new installers and suppliers to the renewable energy market. To the inexperienced buyer the sheer range of choices and options can at times, prove overwhelming. Telling the difference between an experienced and reliable company and the more opportunistic and untested can be difficult.

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