Accolade for Kingston Heights Open Water Heat Pump System [read more]

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Kingston Heights Open Water Heat Pump System wins awards

Accolade for Kingston Heights Open Water Heat Pump System

We are pleased to announce that the Open Water Heat Pump System installed at Kingston Heights, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey has won the Renewable Project of the Year Award at the H&V News Awards held at Grosvenor House, London and the prestigious ‘Best New Product or Technology' award at the 2014 Climate Week Awards, presented by Greg Barker MP, the UK Minister for Climate Change, at the Ecobuild exhibition at the Excel Centre in London's Docklands.

 The Open Loop Mitsubishi based Heat Pump system which uses our energy efficient automatic backwash filtration technology is the first installation of its kind anywhere in the UK that harvests naturally stored energy from the River Thames to provide thermal energy for an entire development.


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