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By transforming the energy found naturally in outdoor air and using that to help provide cost effective heating, we’ve already established the efficiency of Ecodan and the fact that it ‘upgrades’ energy.
Take that one step further and consider using Ecodan powered by electricity from a renewable energy source such as wind, biomass, solar or tidal and you could have a heating system that is zero carbon rated.
At the heart of Ecodan is a modern, inverter-driven heat pumps compressor which converts free energy from the air and upgrades it to higher temperatures suitable for heating.
The inverter control regulates the system so that heat output modulates to match the exact capacity required, meaning the boiler will only consume the exact energy needed at any given time and thus increase efficiency further. The advanced heating technology used in heat pumps make them ideal for use in the UK's ambient temperatures and hence perfect for the domestic market.
Whatever the location, simply install Ecodan and enjoy efficient, effective heating and hot water at a fraction of the alternative cost.
Heat pumps are air conditioners which can be used both for cooling and heating. The principle is that it is able to reverse the process of transporting heat from one place to another.
Moreover heat pumps are much more energy efficient than other heaters. The reason for this is simple: rather than burning a fuel, what it does is 'moving heat'. Because of this heat pumps are up to five times more energy efficient than other heaters.
Heat pumps additionally allow the refrigerant cycle to be reversed. A heat pump extracts energy from the outdoor and transfers the heat indoors. This principle even continues to function on very cold days with temperatures down to -5°C, -10°C or -15°C, depending on the type of air conditioning system used.