Finn Geotherm shortlisted for two top national heating awards
Attleborough-based leading renewable heating expert Finn Geotherm, has been shortlisted for two national Heating & Ventilation News (HVN) Awards.
The 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 are open to companies including installers and consultants as well as building owners themselves.
Finn Geotherm has been shortlisted in two categories for ground source heat pump projects:
- Renewable Energy Project of the Year – Raynham Hall
Located in Fakenham, Finn Geotherm replaced the old and ineffective oil boiler at this Grade 1 Listed property with a ground source heating system. Raynham Hall has now cut its heating bills by 64% and the amount of energy consumed has been reduced by 72%, all without having any impact on the aesthetic appearance of the stunning stately home.
- District Heating Project of the Year – Flagship Group - Quayside Court
A district heating scheme in Lakenheath for Flagship Group housing association. Heating for the 21 bungalows was previously provided by individual electric storage heaters and a shared oil boiler, which were inefficient and expensive to run. The project installed by Finn Geotherm uses one central ground source heat pump to provide heating and hot water for all homes on the estate. Residents at Quayside Court are now enjoying cheaper energy bills – costing around 56% less than before. Energy use has also been cut by 70%, making a significant impact on carbon emissions and providing a more affordable and efficient living environment for Flagship customers.
Guy Ransom, commercial director at Finn Geotherm, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be a finalist in the prestigious HVN Awards scheme, which recognise the country’s most significant heating products and projects. To be shortlisted for two projects is a great achievement and testament to the skill of the team at Finn Geotherm in designing and installing the best possible heat pump systems to meet the individual requirements of each customer.”
Winners of the HVN Awards will be announced on 30th April 2020 at a black tie event in London.
For more information on renewable heating, contact Finn Geotherm by visiting www.finn-geotherm.co.uk.