Tag Archive for 'heat pumps'

e-si seeks renewable energy engineer for expanding business

March 9th, 2012 by Paul Fletcher

e-si wishes to hire another renewable energy engineer with mechanical knowledge to expand its technical services and installations team to increase service, maintenance & jobbing works capabilities. An advanced understanding of hydronics, electronics, electromechanical engineering is a standard requirement. Qualification to or working towards HNC, HND or Degree level is necessary in a relevant engineering subject.

Learning about heat pumps – what they are and how they work

November 17th, 2010 by Richard Lord

John Cantor provides a useful website to learn about how heat pumps work.  Wikipedia provides information on heat pumps. The Centre for Alternative Technology provides a PDF paper on heat pumps and a page that answers common questions. The Carbon Trust provides information on ground source heat pumps and air source heat pumps as does […]

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 […]

e-si Solar Workshop on 21 June 2010

June 26th, 2010 by Paul Fletcher

To download the PDF file containing these slide images please click e-si Solar WorkShop Grid Connection 200610.

If you are thinking about installing a ground source heat pump consider ….

June 16th, 2010 by Richard Lord

“The Tranquility Houses For living on Just One Planet” website has published a white paper “Are Ground Source Heat Pumps An Answer?