New technology targets the 4 million off-grid homes with a cheaper, greener heating alternative.
London, UK – Thursday 17th October 2013 - Innasol, the UK’s leading provider of renewable heating solutions, today announces the launch of its first Innasol Pro heat pumps specially developed for UK home and business owners. By combining more than 50 years of heat pump experience with Innasol’s technical competence the Innasol Pro heat pumps provide efficient and reliable heating and hot water in all operating conditions.
Independent test results have proven that the Innasol Pro heat pumps deliver the highest performance and efficiency available, ensuring maximum return on investment over the lifetime of the installation and high return on payments from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Even at temperatures considered to be ‘cold’, air still contains useful heat that is continuously replenished by the sun. By using a small electricity input to run the heat pump process, the Innasol Pro heat pumps force the natural heat flow from a lower temperature to a higher one as required by the building.
“We believe that energy efficient and cost effective heating should be available to everyone,” says Silvio Spiess, CEO of Innasol. “The average household utility bill in the UK is £1,380 a year and rising, renewable heating solutions such as the Innasol Pro heat pumps can save an average of £500 - £600 per year and allow home and business owners to take control of their heating needs without the worry of extortionate fuel prices.”
The Innasol Pro heat pumps have been designed with comfort in mind, with a specially developed silent operating heating system, weather-compensated controls and advanced power modulation which allows the system to adjust power output to meet a constantly changing heat demand. Depending on the choice of components an active cooling application is also available.
By integrating some of the essential central heating components through smart design, the space required for the Innasol Pro heat pumps is reduced to a minimum, making it suitable for retrofit and new build, and no living space is wasted on large heating units as the Innasol heat pump is installed outside.
Choosing the right heat pump is key to ensuring an efficient heating system, and along with poor installation it’s the biggest cause of heat pump failures. With exceptional performance figures, the Innasol Pro heat pumps ensure high return payments from the domestic RHI while keeping properties toasty warm even on the coldest winter days.
Spiess continued: “Heat pumps are one of the most energy efficient and accessible technologies available to heat a property renewably. The upcoming domestic RHI launch will make it even more worthwhile for people to install renewable heating systems, with typical RHI receipts of circa. £8,000 over 7 years.”
Available in a variety of options to suit the needs of property owners, the Innasol Pro heat pumps deliver from 2kW to 16kW of heating power across the range and are available from Innasol’s strong UK network of over 100 accredited installation partners.
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The Innasol Group is an innovative, dynamic, market-changing renewable energy company seeking to change the bad heating habits of consumers, corporates and utility companies alike through the sale of renewable heat technology.
Innasol acts as a one-stop-shop supplier in the renewable heat market saving consumers and small businesses thousands of pounds a year in energy costs by switching from traditional highly polluting very expensive oil and gas heating systems to modern, clean and cost effective renewable energy solutions.
Innasol transforms buildings to be cost efficient, system efficient, environmentally friendly and socially responsible. The company delivers a range of renewable energy solutions through its established partner infrastructure and network, installing biomass boilers and renewable heating systems, next generation heat pumps, energy management systems and smart grid technology to homes and small commercial businesses including farms, hospitals, schools, offices and utility projects.