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Park home insulation and battery storage (CP776)
Post on 12th Mar 2019
The first part of this project is to ensure 11 rural park homes with vulnerable residents are inadequately insulated. The second part of the project is to install battery storage systems in 22 properties with PV.
Comparison of two electric heating solutions for a tower block (CP1138)
Post on 25th Feb 2019
This project installed two different combinations of electric heating systems to 20 x 2-bedroom flats in a tower block in Walsall, West Midlands, also comparing them against a control group who did not receive new heating:
Mitsubishi Ecodan Hybrid heat pumps with existing oil/boiler system (CP786)
Post on 25th Feb 2019
The project involves the installation and monitoring of 5kW Mitsubishi Ecodan Hybrid Air Source Heat Pumps interfaced with existing oil boilers (Hybrid ASHP) into 10 properties. The Hybrid ASHP is designed to work with the existing oil-fired boiler currently used as the main source of space and water heating. The hybrid ASHP works in combination with the existing boiler, operating when the outside air temperature is above a pre-set level. Below this level the existing oil-fired boiler will heat the property to ensure that the ASHP operates at the optimum efficiency.
Northern Ireland Fuel Poverty Action Guide (Edition 2)
Post on 23rd Feb 2019
A practical guide to help MPs, MLAs, local councillors, health professionals and advice workers answer queries on energy bills, heating, home insulation and energy efficiency.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type: Advice
Gas absorption heat pump for a sheltered housing scheme (CP742)
Post on 06th Feb 2019
This project part-funded the installation of a Gas Absorption Heat Pump (GAHP) into a sheltered housing scheme that was undergoing major refurbishment. Project partners Colchester Borough Homes had already installed one GAHP into a sheltered housing scheme with positive feedback. However, they wanted more information about the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the GAHP.
Under One Roof
Post on 02nd Feb 2019
Under One Roof was commissioned by Liverpool City Council and funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). It examines evidence and practices where health bodies have worked in partnership with fuel poverty alleviation schemes. It particularly aims to identify the type of evidence commissioners are requiring from scheme providers.