Finn Geotherm shortlisted for prestigious national award

  • Finn Geotherm's district heating installation at Flagship in Watton, Norfolk
    Finn Geotherm's installation in Watton for Flagship Group has been shortlisted for a national award

Attleborough based renewable heating expert Finn Geotherm, has been shortlisted in a prestigious national awards scheme for its district heating installation for housing association Flagship Group.

The Heating & Ventilating Review (HVR) Awards 2017 celebrate innovation in the building services sector. The awards recognise and reward companies across the country that demonstrate excellence in their field, outstanding technology or exceptional customer service and true innovation in the way they operate or in what they produce.

Finn Geotherm’s installation for Flagship Group has been shortlisted for the HVR Sustainable Project of the Year Award. The ground source heat pump system is delivering domestic heating and hot water for 30 flats at Orchard Close in Watton, Norfolk. The first domestic heating scheme for communal use in the East of England, it will cut Flagship customers’ heating bills by two thirds, creating annual savings of hundreds of pounds. In addition, it enables Flagship to dramatically reduce its maintenance costs and CO2 emissions. The project is expected to be the first of many for the housing association, with Flagship hoping to roll out other ground source heat pump systems to other customers as part of its plan to create more affordable and environmentally friendly homes.

Guy Ransom, commercial director at Finn Geotherm, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for the HVR Awards which recognise the country’s most significant heating products and projects. Being placed as a finalist 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. We thoroughly enjoyed working together on this project and hope we can soon be celebrating its success together too!”

Matt Smith, Compliance Manager at Flagship, said: “To be shortlisted for this award is fantastic news. We have worked hard to get the scheme up and running, so to be recognised in this way is a great achievement for everyone involved. We are continually trying to improve the service we offer our customers while at the same time reduce our carbon footprint, and the system in Watton has allowed us to do both.”

Winners of the HVR Awards will be announced on 26th October 2017 at a black tie event in London.

For more details on the Flagship installation, see https://finn-geotherm.co.uk/case-studies/. For information on ground and air source heat pumps and Finn Geotherm, visit www.finn-geotherm.co.uk.

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