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Highly commended! Finn Geotherm recognised in national HVAC awards

Highly commended! Finn Geotherm recognised in national HVAC awards

East Anglia’s leading renewable heating expert Finn Geotherm, has been highly commended in the Heating & Ventilation News Awards 2020.

The Heating & Ventilation News (HVN) Awards celebrate excellence, forward thinking and the highest achievements across the building services industry. The awards cover the UK’s entire Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and building services supply chain, and is open to companies including installers and consultants as well as building owners themselves.

At the virtual awards ceremony this week, Finn Geotherm was highly commended for its district heating project undertaken for housing association Flagship Group.

The project at Quayside Court in Lakenheath, Suffolk, saw Finn Geotherm design and install a district heating scheme using Lämpöässä ground source heat pump system to provide heating and hot water for 21 bungalows. Heating was previously provided by individual electric storage heaters and a shared oil boiler, which were inefficient and expensive to run. Thanks to the heat pump installation, residents are now enjoying cheaper energy bills – costing around 56% less than before – and energy use has been cut by 70%.

Guy Ransom, commercial director at Finn Geotherm, said:

We are honoured to have been recognised in these prestigious HVN Awards, which recognise the country’s most significant heating products, installers and projects. Quayside Court is another great example of the huge potential of heat pumps and district heating schemes in cutting energy bills and energy use while ensuring people can enjoy living comfortably in their homes. Being highly commended is testament to the skill of the team at Finn Geotherm in creating the best possible projects using this brilliant technology.

Finn Geotherm was also selected as a finalist for its ground source heat pump installation at 17th Century Raynham Hall.

27th November 2020