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Seminar offers the chance to see heat pump technology in action

Econic is to hold a seminar allowing businesses and the education sector to see for themselves how renewable energy technology can cut carbon emissions and save them money.

The free event, on Tuesday August 13, will give delegates the chance to visit two heat pump installations as well as speak directly to technology specialists.

The seminar will begin at Swavesey Village College in Cambridgeshire.

It has invested £115,000 in a system which is generating an annual CO2 saving of 76,304kg and a projected saving of £460,000 on fuel compared to oil over its 35-year lifespan.

The project highlights the efficiency, reliability, longevity and low maintenance aspects of heat pump technology.

Econic managing director Rob Gardiner said: “The event is aimed at providing information to mechanical and electrical engineers, consultants and designers, main and building contractors, estate and facilities managers, sustainability and energy officers and anyone else with a project looking at renewable heating, cooling or combined heating and cooling.

“The presentations on the day will include updates to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) tariffs from the Government as well as the financial and environmental benefits of installing heat pumps for heating, cooling or combined heating and cooling.

“It will be dedicated to learning about ground source heat pump technology, basic design considerations and which solution is best for your project.”

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