Choosing Commercial Heat Pumps as a heat source, will ensure savings of up to 80% on the heating costs of your business.
Commercial buildings and those with high demand for heating, cooling and hot water are ideal for heat pump technology.
Installing a heat pump will see a reduction in energy consumption by up to 80%. In Ireland today, the way in which heat is provided to commercial building has changed significantly due to rising fossil fuel prices and changing legislation to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change. Enerpower are a leading heat pump installer with our heat pumps specifically designed to be used in commercial buildings and deliver a low carbon heating solution to businesses.
Heat pumps will use a small amount of electrical energy to transfer the ambient heat in the air outside of your building and move it inside. Once inside, at a higher temperature, this can then be used in the supply of hot water and space heating, including in existing heating radiators. For example: A heat pump delivers around 4 kWh of energy for every kWh of electricity used to power the pump, which means that they are up to 400% more efficient than electric heating alone and more cost effective than any other heating source today.
This system will be more than capable of providing all the heating needs for your business, even at very low outside temperatures. It will provide significant savings from reduced energy bills.
Benefits of choosing a heat pump
- Savings of up to 80%
- Low running costs
- Improved Air Quality
- Small footprint
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Low noise
- Can be used as air conditioning
- Provide a controlled climate
Enerpower have many years’ experience working with clients such as Lidl, Kepak, Sam Dennigan, IKEA, the HSE and many more. A dedicated project manager will work alongside you to ensure that the commercial heat pump system specified will meet the needs of your business. Our team of engineers will provide your business with a turn key solution from project design to installation and commissioning.