EOM have recently installed an air source heat pump in Llandrindod Wells,
replacing an existing night storage electric system.
Air source heat pumps are becoming an increasingly popular choice for homeowners who wish to install renewable energy solutions in their home. These systems not only reduce their carbon footprint, but significantly reduce their heating bills.
Air source heat pump monitors the temperature outside and extracts thermal energy (heat) from the outside air and converts this into heating and hot water for your home. 75% of the energy required is generated from the outside air, with only 25% being required from electricity. This means that 75% of the energy you use will be from a renewable source, which will reduce your emissions and CO2 impact.
This installation is a part of EOM’s drive to assist its customer Barcud Housing to achieve the ambitious decarbonisation strategy inline with the Welsh Government’s Green growth pledge to improve sustainability across the country.