The new division expands ENER-G’s existing ground source heat pump operation; specialising in the design, installation and maintenance of heat pumps.
The introduction of the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) in April 2011 is expected to stimulate further demand in the heat pump sector, providing significant subsidy payments of up to 7.5 pence per kWh for 15 to 23 years, which will dramatically reduce the payback period on ground source and air source heat pump technology.
ENER-G will provide total heat pump solutions for all types of heating and cooling applications utilising heat pumps ranging from 1 kW to 1,000 kW capacity.
Paul Burley, managing director, ENER-G said: “Our in-house expertise and resources means we can see the whole job through from initial feasibility through to project handover. We operate our own drilling rigs and offer complete in-house services from specialist design, through to complete project management, installation and maintenance of heat pump technologies. We also have the ability to supply bespoke manufactured heat pumps in a variety of sizes to accommodate complex customer briefs, particularly where space is restricted.”