Attleborough heating systems firm demonstrates its technology to MP
PUBLISHED: 13:59 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:26 29 May 2018
A renewable heating business has explained to its local MP how opportunities for heating homes sustainably could extend beyond renewable energy.
Finn Geotherm in Attleborough welcomed Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman to hear more about the firm’s heat pump technology.
The meeting took place at Orchard Close in Watton, an affordable housing scheme built by Flagship, where Finn Geotherm installed a heating system using ground source heat pump technology.
The system has cut tenants’ energy bills by two thirds and cut carbon emissions from heating and hot water by three quarters.
Guy Ransom, commercial director at Finn Geotherm, said: “It was very useful to be able to show George Freeman what can be achieved using heat pump technology.”
Mr Freeman added: “Finn Geotherm is providing a heat exchange system that dramatically reduces household costs. That’s world class innovation, pioneered in Norfolk.”
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