Industrial heat pumps can typically provide a 70% reduction in carbon emissions while also reducing operating costs by over 50%.
Using heat pumps for your sites’ heating and hot water needs can substantially reduce your electricity usage and carbon footprint.
Heat pumps are similar in shape and size to an outdoor air conditioning unit but instead of cooling buildings they draw heat from the external air and use it for heating. Due to this harnessing of heat, they are highly efficient, achieving efficiencies of between 300-400%. Industrial heat pumps can typically provide a 70% reduction in carbon emissions while also reducing operating costs by over 50%.
Heat pumps are powered by electricity which eliminates the use of fossil fuels on site. The installation of solar panels and green electricity arrangements can further reduce your carbon footprint.
There are approximately ~20,000 industrial heat pump installations across Europe each year so this is a proven technology which can be rapidly deployed at scale today. The hot water produced by the heat pump can be used for space heating or for industrial use.
Astatine is bringing this proven heat pump technology to Ireland and implementing it to replace oil and gas for industrial heating across these applications, which is helping clients to:
Avoid escalating oil and gas prices with a typical reduction in operating costs of 50%
Improve security of supply by providing an alternative to imported fossil fuels
Reduce your Scope 1 carbon emissions by typically >70%
For all our projects, we provide a fully delivered ‘design-build’ solution and work with you from initial site assessment to final operation of the facility, so to get started please contact us for an initial assessment of your site.
(For high-temperature heat pumps up to 200°C, click here)