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Kingston Lacy in Dorset is a beautiful National Trust property that was previously using 30,000 litres of oil each year to heat the property releasing 60 tonnes of COinto the atmosphere. As part of its ongoing renewable energy drive, the trust has selected isoenergy to install a new ground source heat pump system to reduce the carbon emissions and heating costs.

isoenergy is working with various partners on the project including ADP Drilling who are now on site and starting to sink the required boreholes in an area of the overflow carpark.

A new electricity supply is also being run to the house including a new substation to ensure there is sufficient electricity to power the heat pumps and the house. Next to the substation, a new custom plant room is being built which will house the heat pumps and required tanks.

isoenergy is then going to be installing a 160 kW ground source heat pump system which will provide all the heating to the house and surrounding buildings. This conservation grade heat will stabilise the temperature and humidity levels in the house aiding the conservation of the Trusts collections within.

This project has been part funded by Low Carbon Dorset as part of the European Regional Development Fund.

More updates on progress will be published as the project moves forwards.

For more information, see the National Trust’s website. ( )


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