Suffolk district heating project honoured in National Energy Efficiency Awards
We are delighted to announce that our project to design and install an energy efficient communal heat pump for 113 homes in Felixstowe, has been awarded second place in a prestigious national awards scheme.
The installation on the Grange Farm estate for Flagship Group housing association has just been honoured in the Renewable Heat category of the National Energy Efficiency Awards, which aim to showcase best practice within the energy saving and efficiency industry.
We were up against stiff competition from heat pump projects across the country and for Finn Geotherm to be awarded second place is a great achievement.
The installation comprises a six-phase, £1.4million ground source heat pump project for 113 houses, flats and bungalows. The system Finn Geotherm installed provides heating and hot water for each property from a central heat pump. The project has cut heating bills for residents by 70%, as well as making the same reduction in their energy use and carbon emissions.
Guy Ransom, commercial director at Finn Geotherm, said:
“The National Energy Efficiency Awards celebrate the crème de la crème of companies within the energy efficiency sector and we are delighted to receive this award. To be recognised within Renewable Heat Project of the Year is both a testament to the forward-thinking strategic approach of Flagship and the hard work and skill of the team at Finn Geotherm in delivering the best possible solution for the organisation and its tenants.”
Find out more about the Grange Farm installation by reading our case study.
21st February 2022