We talk with Stuart Dyer, who has spent the last four years deep retrofitting his home
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Bronllys Hall's transformation into a carbon-neutral venue begins. Powered by vegetable oil, solar, wind, and Baxi's Megaflo, this Welsh Victorian mansion leads in eco-innovation.
Kingston Lacy at the National Trust is making strides in sustainability with a groundbreaking ground source heat pump, set to save 30,000 litres of oil annually. This marks a departure from traditional heating methods, ensuring a steady, gentle heat for the Dorset mansion and standing out as one of the Trust's largest heat pump projects.
Baxi heat pump enhances sustainability for a Suffolk self-build home.
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Scottish couple looking forward to winter with R290 heat pump system.
A case study from Future Ready Homes, which helps householders improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
A heat pump from Warmflow has helped provide heating to a 100-year-old farm cottage in Lincolnshire.
isoenergy tackles the challenge of creating a heating solution that blends seamlessly with nature's beauty at the 360m² Deer House in this case study.
Vital Energi collaborates with York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to transform Bridlington Hospital into a sustainable NHS site.
With this case study, isoenergy updated this stunning former agricultural barn near Cirencester, which has been converted into a new family home. isoenergy was tasked to provide the client with the lowest long-term running cost whilst reducing carbon emissions.
State of the art solar installation will help racecourse achieve its environmental goals.
In this case study, isoenergy replaced an oil boiler system in a period Cotswold stone house with a more sustainable solution, resulting in significant cost savings and reduced carbon footprint.
With this case study, isoenergy updated this stunning country estate with a renewable energy system for future capacity.
Case study: The owners of Littlethorpe, a renovated cottage in Yorkshire, replaced their oil heating system with a Kensa ground source heat pump and a solar PV system to improve the property’s sustainability and lower its carbon footprint.
Vaillant’s experts support the development of affordable, low carbon new build homes in Nottingham.
Bristol Hospital has radically transformed its estate to cut its carbon output significantly.
Innovative renewable energy solutions are helping reduce carbon emissions in an ancient Cotswold market town.
In this one-of-a-kind case study, isoenergy was tasked with developing a sustainable and efficient heating solution for the glasshouse throughout the year, especially in the winter months.
Shotover House was fitted with a GSHP, which resulted in a 70% reduction of the owner's carbon footprint and freedom from the reliance on fossil fuels.
Mill Farm was fitted with a GSHP running from the close-by River Greet, which resulted in a 76% reduction of the owner's carbon footprint.