Tag Archive for 'air source heat pump'

Guernsey Electricity Ltd. promotes micro renewable energy technology

November 22nd, 2012 by Guernsey Electricity Ltd.

When it comes to using sustainable technology to heat your home, ensure you invest in a system that is efficient and built to last. And make sure that it is planned, supplied and installed by a contractor with the knowledge and experience to provide a solution that is reliable and specifically designed to meet your […]

E-Si Ltd’s vision is for all Guernsey properties to have a heat pump and photovoltaics by 2032

November 14th, 2012 by Paul Fletcher

E-Si Limited installs heat pumps, photovoltaic, and solar thermal systems in Guernsey. As the leading micro-renewable energy installer, E-Si Ltd educates the community about micro-renewable energy systems, and informs opinion about the direction Guernsey should take with its energy policy. E-Si believes that to safeguard Guernsey’s economic future, it’s infrastructure and long term prosperity, the […]

Guernsey’s growing enthusiasm for energy efficiency and renewables

November 5th, 2012 by Richard Lord

Guernsey is improving energy efficiency and developing micro-renewable energy projects but progress is very slow compared to developments in the rest of Europe. Some Guernsey residents are making their homes more energy efficient and producing and using their own renewable energy. Guernsey Electricity Ltd increased the price of electricity on 1 October 2012 because of […]

Guernsey’s Energy Policy Advisor speaks with Sustainable Guernsey

March 7th, 2012 by Richard Lord

Steve Morris, former Engineering Director at Guernsey Electricity Ltd., begins his role as States of Guernsey Energy Policy Advisor on 26 March 2012. Steve Morris discusses below some of the energy issues facing the island during an informal conversation on 5 March. —- “One of the things that needs to be done is to start […]

A Guernsey perspective on why Earth Hour is important

March 21st, 2011 by Anne Sandwith

‘Earth Hour‘ focuses people’s mind on the vital importance of energy conservation and energy efficiency. We need to reduce the base load to the absolute minimum before embarking on new power stations of any description. You only have to look around Guernsey after dark to see houses with every room in the house lit up […]

E-Si micro-renewable energy exhibition and seminar at the OGH Hotel, St Peter Port on 11 November 2010

October 18th, 2010 by Events

On 11 November 2010 E-Si Limited is hosting a micro-renewable energy exhibition and seminar at the OGH Hotel in St Peter Port, Guernsey.  The exhibition begins at 4 pm and the seminar begins at 8 pm. Andrew Hillier and Andrew Sheldon of Ice Energy UK will be attending as well as Alan Bates, MD of […]

E-Si Ltd. launches campaign ‘What’s the payback?’

October 1st, 2010 by Paul Fletcher

E-Si Ltd. has launched a competition to find out if the Island of Guernsey, and the public of the world knows what the true payback for renewable energy technology is. 3000 postcards have been sent out and there is a three part answer to the question.  Postcards can be downloaded from the E-Si Ltd. website. […]

The Energy Savings Trust has produced a comprehensive report on heat pumps

September 8th, 2010 by Gavin Lanoe

On 8 September 2010 the Energy Saving Trust published a comprehensive report on the efficiency of heat pumps.  The report “Getting Warmer: a field trial of heat pumps” examined 54 ground source pumps and 29 air source pumps over a 12-month period. The report finds that homes that benefit most from heat pumps are those […]