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Star's 90 deg C ammonia heat pump system opens doors to public in Norway

Guests from all over globe are expected as Star Renewable Energy opens the doors of its 14 MW district energy appliation in Drammen, Norway to public tour tomorrow (Feb 25). The Neatpump system, which achieves a COP of over 3, ‘could heat any large building in the UK’ says director Dave Pearson

Star Refrigeration’s new Renewable Energy division is throwing open the doors of its successful Drammen district heating project in Norway tomorrow (Feb 25). The programme will include participative discussions aimed at exploring avenues and opportunities to replicate the successful deployment of this type of green technology in the UK.

“Our Neatpump heat pump technology could heat any large building in the UK,” says Star Renewables director Dave Pearson, “Ideally suited to those with a heating bill over £100,000 a year, we believe sources of heat are widespread across Britain, we just need some joined-up thinking.”

District Heat Pumps for residential and commercial buildings are becoming increasingly popular due to the high percentage of energy used for heating in UK and the increased level of environmental awareness within society.

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