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Underground solar heat - a vast reserve of energy just waiting to be tapped!

An average 3 bedroom house will earn approximately £4,324 per year in RHI payments for having a ground source heat pump installed, that is £30,268 over 7 years!
Look out of your window and what do you see? The street? The house opposite? The trees and fields? What we at NIBE see is a free source of energy – the ground!

With the aid of a ground source heat pump, solar energy stored in the ground can be collected and used to heat your home. Here’s how.
Warmth builds up underground from the first days of spring when the surface of the earth starts to thaw, to high summer, when the rays of the midday sun penetrate deep down into the ground. By the time the autumn leaves are falling, there’s enough energy stored in the ground to heat up your house throughout the coldest winter. A heat pump captures and upgrades this naturally occurring warmth, so even if the summer is wet and cool, it can still provide enough energy to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
Warmth builds up underground from the first days of spring when the surface of the earth starts to thaw, to high summer, when the rays of the midday sun penetrate deep down into the ground. By the time the autumn leaves are falling, there’s enough energy stored in the ground to heat up your house throughout the coldest winter. A heat pump captures and upgrades this naturally occurring warmth, so even if the summer is wet and cool, it can still provide enough energy to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
It’s amazing, but true. We know, because we’ve already been using heat pump technology in Sweden for over 30 years.

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Why choose a ground source heat pump?

You save money
Installing a ground source heat pump from NIBE can lead to a redeuction in energy consumption of up to 80%. The reason for this is that a ground source heat pump uses the ground, surface soil or nearby lake as its main energy source, and all these kinds of energy are free of charge.
Although the heat pump doesn't pay for itself in the first month, you will notice the financial returns right away because your heating bills will be so much lower.
Moreover, the efficiency of NIBE's latest generation of ground source heat pumps (they have an especially high operating range) positively impacts the speed with which you recover your investment.

You reduce your carbon footprint
The second reason for choosing a NIBE ground source heat pump is that it's so environmentally-friendly. By merely storing ad converting solar energy from the ground to heat your home and hot water, a ground source heat pump leads to much lower CO2 emissions than a traditional fossil-fuel based heating system.
Some governments and regional authorities offer subsidies to home owners to switch from fossil fuel based heating to a more modern, renewable source of energy. Since ground source heat pumps are now officially classified as renewable energy, there couldn't be a better time to change!

Consider this
If all the approximately 1 million new houses built in Europe installed heat pumps pumps, by 2016 we would be emitting about 3,600,000 tonnes less CO2 each year. That's the equivalent of taking about a million cars off the road!

Running costs of heating systems

Low Direct Electric 50%

High Direct Electric 100%

Gas boiler 50%

Oil Boiler 60%

Heat Pump (Low Cost) 20%

Heat Pump (High Cost) 26%

Eastfields Farm - 5 bed house

Mr & Mrs Corrigan harnessed the power of the NIBE F1140 12kW Heat Pump to heat their hot water and central heating system. After closely monitoring costs over 2 years they report savings of £3,000 per year compared to their old oil-fired boiler.

Walton Hall - 65 Room Luxury Hotel

Built in 1742 Walton Hall had been seen many alterations but one of the most beneficial has been the installation of a NIBE fighter 1330 60kW which has produced an annual saving on the Hotels fuel bill in the region of £38,000.

An Investment In The Future

NIBE heat pump in kitchen

NIBE heat pumps are ideal for use in a variety of house sizes and carefully developed control system is designed to work perfectly to provide hot water to either traditional radiators or underfloor heating systems.

More than anything, a NIBE heat pump is an investment in the future. Developers, builders and home owners want to be assured that the technology they purchase today will be relevant and useful for many years to come. Our heat pumps have been designed with the future in mind.

Already, legislation is forcing builders and home owners to consider energy use in their properties. NIBE is at the cutting edge of low energy performance and will enable homes to meet energy consumption and emmissions targets long after they are built.

NIBE Products Available

Ideal for heating domestic premises and tap water. An exhaust air heat pump ventilates the building and recovers the energy in the warm air, reusing it to warm up your sanitary water and fuel a central heating system.

Drawing heat from surface soil, bedrock or the water in a nearby lake, this is a great option for heatinghouses, multiple-unit properties and other larger building. Available with or without an integrated water heater.

These heat pumps extract heat from the ambient outside temperature. In contrast to simpler types of air to air heat pumps, they are connected to the building heating system and are able to produce both heat and hot water.

A NIBE heat pump is not just for heating and hot water. With the addition of various accessories, our new heat pumps can do much more than merely heat your home and hot water. For example, they can be used to cool your home in summer, ventilate it cost-effectively, or even heat your swimming pool. The relevant accessories are dimensioned to fit neatly together, giving the appearance of a single streamlined system.
And since all accessories are controlled via the heat pump, you only have to learn to use one operating system.

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