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JACE 8000


The new, modular design of JACE 8000 controllers makes them easy to install, integrate and deploy. Tool-less installation with expansion capability reduces installation complexity and improves flexibility. Systems integrators can focus on engineering solutions, not assembling components. And their lives will be simplified with a global power supply and improved access to standard enclosures. Click to enlarge JACE 8000


Standard Wi-Fi offers enhanced wireless capability when interfacing with the next generation of wireless sensors and devices. JACE 8000 controllers also are configurable as an access point so that mobile phones and tablets can display information and advanced graphics. Expansion also is available when interfacing with other wireless fieldbuses seen in connected buildings.


The JACE 8000 series of controllers leverages the exciting new features of Niagara 4. They add to the enhanced user experience, maximizing Niagara 4's key advantages: pure Web interface based on HTML5 with HTML 5 views, charting and data visualization, a common design language, better reporting, robust security and improved device management.

JACE 8000 controllers—key features
JACE 8000 controllers—key features

  • Powerful Niagara 4 hardware platform with easy software upgrade capability
  • Modular hardware design for fast and easy installation
  • Tool-less installation
  • Expandable with up to four option modules
  • Native Wi-Fi capability
  • 24VAC/DC standard global power supply
  • Standard open drivers included
  • Easy to select the right capacity license
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Rich choice of different colors, materials and finishes for differentiated OEM brand identification

Our Services

Heat Pump Maintenance
Heat Pump Maintenance Package

The heat pump maintenance package from Heat Pump Repairs offers a premium after-care service for heat pump systems.

Heatpump Ground Loop

For total comfort and peace of mind, the heat pump maintenance package also includes an annual maintenance visit, to help keep your system running efficiently throughout the year and minimise the risk of any breakdowns.

Heatpump Maint

Heat Pumps Repair and Service
Heat Pumps - Repair and Service

Do you have a heat pump that's not performing properly or worse?

If you have a heat pump, even if it's not been installed by us we can repair or service it.
Our engineers have been trained on installation and repair by the following manufacturer’s:
· Water Furnace· Clivet· Dimplex· Stiebel Eltron· IVT (Ice Energy and Worcester Bosch)· Mitsubishi· Daikin· Danfoss

Our in house expertise, gained over decades encompasses refrigerant based systems such as:
Air and ground source heat pumps.
Commercial refrigeration.
Air conditioning.
If you would like to arrange a repair or service visit please Contact us.

heat pump response times
Heat pump maintenance package response times

We always aim to respond to any call outs as quickly as possible (depending on engineer availability) and will strive to be with you within a 48 hour period. The annual maintenance visit is planned with you in advance, normally just before the peak heating season.

Heat Pump WFI

Heatpump Ground Source

heat Pump maintenance package cost
How much does the heat pump residential maintenance package cost?

This heat pump maintenance package costs £360 per year, that's just £30 per month or £0.98 per day. When you apply for this package, we will conduct an inspection of your system to verify its suitability for the service. This initial visit is charged at £150 and includes the maintenance inspection. We will confirm whether the equipment passes the inspection. If you agree to proceed with the service package, a charge is made of £210 for the remaining balance. For each year onwards, the yearly amount will apply (currently £360).

If your equipment fails the inspection, we will quote you for the remedial works required to meet the standard (or define the outstanding issues). If you choose to proceed with the repair, then the cover will be made available. However, if you don’t follow the guidance then we cannot provide you with cover.

Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps
Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps take energy from the air outside, and using a process which is similar to reversed refrigeration raise it to a higher temperature. The air handling unit draws air across the collecting panel and transfers this energy into the refrigerant. Adding energy boils the refrigerant into a blend of gasses. These gasses are then compressed to produce temperatures in excess of 100°C.

Air source heat pumps are ideal for applications where there is insufficient land or water available to collect energy from. Air source is cheaper to install than other heat pumps but can be less economical to run in cold weather. For larger buildings/commercial applications, a row or bank of air source heat pumps may be required.
Uniquely, Heat Pump repairs Limited offer a number of Air Source Heat pump permutations from mono-block systems, split gas systems and split water systems to suit individual properties and requirements. In some exceptional applications it is possible to back up a smaller air source heat pump with traditional heating technology to supplement any shortfall in the heating due to limitations of the building fabric or power supply.

Heat Pump repairs Limited provide an alternative low cost solution for space heating and hot water, a typical return on investment against Oil and LPG fed heating systems can take as little as 5 years.
Air source heat pumps are also suitable for hot water and comfort/background cooling applications which provide a solution for both domestic and commercial applications. Air source heat pumps are ideal to be used when you want to reduce your oil and bottled gas heating bills dramatically.

Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground source heat humps work by circulating a mixture of water and antifreeze through a ground loop buried one metre deep into the ground. Energy from the ground is absorbed into the liquid and is then pumped through a heat exchanger in the heat pump.
This low grade heat passes through a compressor and is concentrated into a higher temperature sufficient to heat water for household heating and hot water supplies. The liquid in the ground loop, now cooler, circulates back into the ground and the process is repeated, providing a continuous collection of energy and constant heat as required.

We remain at the forefront of a rapidly expanding market for Ground source heat pumps partly due to the increasing economic attractiveness in the face of price rises in conventional fuels, but also because of regulatory drivers such as 'Part L' of the Building Regulations. Ground Source Heat Pump Heating & Hot Water Systems.
Comfort Cooling & Heating
Domestic & Commercial Applications
Design, Supply and Installation of Ground Source Heat Pumps
Financial Assistance including Grants for Ground Source Heat Pumps.
RHI Heat Pumps
With escalating fuel costs and diminishing resources, ground source heat pumps are able to provide cost effective alternative systems with negligible maintenance. Ground source heat pumps are one of the fastest growing applications of renewable and sustainable energy in the world.

Heat Pump Ground & Air Source
Heat Pumps - Ground & Air Source

What is a heat pump and how does it work?

The heat pump is a device that extracts heat from a source and transfers it to another area, much like your typical refrigerator, only instead of getting rid of heat, the heat pump makes use of it.

Heat Pump

The sun warms up our atmosphere and the outer layer of the earth’s crust each day, providing massive amounts of thermal energy that are stored in the air that we breathe and under the ground that we walk on.

A heat pump system consists of:
HEAT source (the air, ground or a nearby water body)
HEAT pump (which has an expansion valve, compressor and evaporator)
HEAT distribution system (under floor heating, radiators and domestic hot water)

Vertical Loop

Heat Pump Heat Cycle
The Heat Cycle

EVAPORATOR: Low-grade energy is absorbed from the heat source and raises the temperature of the heat pump refrigerant to change from liquid to gas.
COMPRESSOR: The refrigerant is then compressed to significantly lower its volume but increase its temperature.
CONDENSER: A heat exchanger then extracts heat from the circulating refrigerant and transfers it to the heat distribution system.
EXPANSION VALVE: The refrigerant condenses back into a liquid and is passed through an expansion valve to absorb more energy and begin the cycle again.
The cycle is reversible for cooling mode to achieve lower temperatures in your room during hot periods.

Thermal Regions in the Ground
The ground offers an excellent resource to incorporate ground source heat pumps into systems for heating and cooling of buildings. The ground temperature in the UK can generally be defined into three distinct regions. Firstly, there is a variable temperature region for the first 4m of ground, which will vary depending on the season.
The next 100m or so is constant throughout the year due to the large thermal mass of the ground and from around 100m and below the ground temperature warms due to radioactive decay effects. Ground source heat pumps are usually designed to use the thermal resource found in the first two regions.

Energy Management


Energy management systems require a link between the meter and the technologies that control electrical consuming equipment. The Java Application Control Engine (JACE) is the mechanism that provides connectivity between systems within or between buildings. Systems controlling HVAC equipment, lighting, and refrigeration can be integrated with metering technologies with the use of a JACE thereby providing the required link for Electrical Demand Limiting (EDL)…"if my demand exceeds 2,000 kW, reduce space temp in zone 1 by 2 degrees". The JACE connects it all. Scalability and reliability concerns are avoided with the unique distributed architecture that a network of JACE's creates.

Our Alarm Service provides you with an advanced and user-friendly alarm console to view, sort, and manage alarm conditions. Instead of being overcome with a multitude of alarms, you can sort and view alarms by operator, status, and level of severity. You can be notified via pager, email, or online, our systems ensures conditions are not overlooked. In energy management applications, our alarm service can be used to alert you of upcoming "energy alerts", real time pricing notifications, manual energy strategy interventions, or key equipment failures - each of which could cause significant energy cost overruns if undetected. Alarms and responses are archived in the history and can be audited by appropriate parties.

Remote Monitoring
Remote Monitoring

Our Remote Web Server (WS) software manages a network of JACE's around the UK. Data is collected in real-time at the JACE, then logged and stored locally. Periodically, data is archived from the JACE to our Web Server.

Secure Remote Mgnt

Once archived in the Web Server, data is available for applications such as Energy Profiler, which resides on our server and uses the archived data.

Remote Control

Third party applications that require archived data is also installed on the Web Server and integrated into the Energy system. Our web server also stores the cumulative database, manages alarms, and displays aggregated JACE information via a standard web browser.

Environment (JDE)
Environment (JDE)

Workplace Pro/Java Desktop Environment (JDE) is our engineering tool where links between systems take place and control logic is created. Demand limiting, scheduling, set point definition, alarming, and control sequences are programmed in the JDE.


Sophisticated, interactive web pages (GxPages) that become the user interface are developed in the JDE, which will present live, dynamic data, sophisticated reports, and high-resolution graphics to you the user. With the flexibility to import digital pictures and third-party graphics or pick from the extensive Tridium graphics library, a new front-end can be created to meet any of your requirements.

Heatpump Energy

E2 Profiler
E2 Profiler

Our Energy and Enterprise Profiler (E2 Profiler), is a tool that provides you with a web-based reporting package. Benchmarking is performed to determine the "best-in-class" equipment and the most effective energy strategies. You can identify how much energy you use, when you use it, and where you use it. By comparing meters and normalizing data, you can quickly identify how to allocate your limited resources. Our E2 Profiler replaces tedious data with easy to find, useful information.


Our Cost Profiler is designed to further help you manage and control energy costs. It assists you to pro actively manage your energy budgets, reconcile and allocate actual costs using metered data, and reduce energy expenditures. The Cost Profiler complements the existing reporting and analytics provided by our E2 Profiler component by allowing you to not only identify how much energy is being used, but also how much that energy costs in real money (Pounds and Pence). Our software delivers the information needed to deal with energy in financial terms.


Tridium Controls

We only use Tridium, because they are the leading supplier of software for HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) automation, monitoring and integration applications in buildings.
Tridium universal software framework, Niagara AX, is targeted at solving the challenges associated with managing smart devices in buildings online. Niagara provides a software infrastructure to integrate diverse systems and devices, regardless of manufacturer or communication protocol, into a unified platform that can easily be managed online, in real time, using a standard web browser, you can't get any better.

Sedona RION

HPR (Heat Pump Repairs) is an official Systems Integrator partner for Tridium, Sedona, Honeywell Centraline, Distech and Easy IO. We design and install bespoke building control solutions for specific projects and are able to fully customise the Niagara technology to meet the particular requirements of each of our clients.
The Java-based Framework creates a common environment that connects to almost any embedded device imaginable, regardless of manufacturer or communication protocol. The system then models the data and behaviour of the devices into normal software components, providing a seamless, uniform view to the enterprise via a wide variety of XML-based enterprise connectivity options and open API’s.

Honeywell Centraline

Costs and control your energy usage
Control Systems

Let us reduce your costs and control your energy usage. All commercial buildings need energy efficient, affordable and easy-to-use heating, ventilation and climate controls. At HPR, we specialise in the integration of all building management systems (BMS) and can equip any building – whether new, renovated or converted - with BMS controls that guarantee you a comfortable environment and efficient operation.
Niagara 4
Optimized for Niagara 4, Tridium has created an all-new hardware platform: the JACE® 8000 series of controllers. These “next generation” controllers feature a new global design that functions with legacy systems and have the ability to scale for future needs.

It's the most powerful JACE version to date delivers next-level functionality through the following enhancements:

The new, modular design of JACE 8000 controllers makes them easy to install, integrate and deploy. Tool-less installation with expansion capability reduces installation complexity and improves flexibility. Systems integrators can focus on engineering solutions, not assembling components. And their lives will be simplified with a global power supply and improved access to standard enclosures.

Standard Wi-Fi offers enhanced wireless capability when interfacing with the next generation of wireless sensors and devices. JACE 8000 controllers also are configurable as an access point so that mobile phones and tablets can display information and advanced graphics. Expansion also is available when interfacing with other wireless field buses seen in connected buildings.

The JACE 8000 series of controllers leverages the exciting new features of Niagara 4. They add to the enhanced user experience, maximizing Niagara 4's key advantages: pure Web interface based on HTML5 with HTML 5 views, charting and data visualization, a common design language, better reporting, robust security and improved device management.

Remote access to your BMS
Remote access

Remote access to your building management system (BMS) or heating / cooling system is essential and Heat Pump Repairs are able to offer a full remote BMS monitoring and support service without the need for a static IP address.

Remote Access

Our service includes:

  • Remote online access to your main controller.
  • Remote online management by HPR for your maintenance team and our engineers.
  • 24/7 Monitoring of the remote controller and status
  • Multi-computer support across all platforms, IPAD, MAC, IPHONE, Android, HTML systems
  • Proactive alerts to our service department 24/7
  • Reporting on important events and inventory information

Security is of course paramount and we use the latest security technology to ensure optimum data safety.

Energy Monitor

Wireless MODBUS & BACnet
This module allows an extension of RS485 bus using wireless technology wherever the use of a network cable is impossible or unprofitable.

Wireless MODBUS or BACnet
Sometimes on large systems or farm buildings its easier to use two modules (one near the controller and the other remotely located near a BACnet or MODBUS Input/Output module) to build a wireless 'bridge' for the RS485. Building a wireless remote system for any devices that communicate via BACnet MSTP or Modbus RTU / ASCII.

In addition to the RS-485 port, the wireless port is also equipped with 2DI (Digital Inputs) and 2DO (Digital Outputs) (max. 230 VAC/30VDC 3A), which allows the module to be used as a light controller or I/O module communicating in BACnet MSTP or Modbus RTU / ASCII.

Heat Pump Heat Cycle

Click for the compiled list of Tridium and Third Party drivers for the Niagara Framework.

Open Connectivity: Regardless of protocol or platform, the Niagara Framework connects to anything.

LON Works
Automated Logic Controls
Honeywell Centra Line
Delta Controls

NiagaraAX reduces development time by merging automation, IT and Internet technologies in a single solution. The Framework builds in the resources we need to implement advanced Web-services applications – TCP/IP, HTTP, XML, SOAP, oBIX – so our applications can read data, send commands, respond to alarms, etc., in real time… anytime, anywhere from a standard Web browser.

By wiring Niagara components together, we build control strategies, alarming, and scheduling applications as well as browser-based displays and reports. And because Niagara provides extensive open APIs, this allows Heat Pump Repairs to extend the behavior of the platform and create our own unique Heat Pump Repair products, applications, plug-ins, data views and business application logic.


Full Heat Pump Health Check
Full Heat Pump Health Check

We always aim to respond to any call outs as quickly as possible (depending on engineer availability) and will strive to be with our contracted customers within a 48 hour period, if not sooner. The annual maintenance visit is planned with you in advance, normally just before the peak heating season thus helping you eliminate any unexpected faults.

Planned Maintenance covers all aspects of the systems operation:
Pressure Drop (∆P) and Flow Rate (l/s) Testing.
Refrigeration Health Check and FGAS compliance (Where applicable).
Electrical Health Check.
Temperature Difference (∆T) Testing.
Heating or/and Cooling Output Calculation.
Electrical Power Consumption (KW) Testing.
Instantaneous Coefficient of Performance (COP) Calculation.
Performance Specification Verification.
Full Re-Commission of the Heat Pumps.

Ground Loop Health Check
Ground Loop Health Check

Static Pressure (kPa) Recording.
Analysis of a Ground Loop Sample.
horizontal geothermal ground loops
vertical geothermal ground loops
pond geothermal ground loop

Circulation Pump Performance Check
Circulation Pump Performance Check

Inspection for leaks and signs of wear
Check cooling fins and blades, clean as necessary.
Power consumption (KW) testing.
Winding resistance (Ω) testing.

CUE Inverter
Inverter testing.


JACE Controller Health & Performance Check
Controller Health & Performance Check

Inspection of all accessories and readings.
Power loss and reboot testing.
Where appropriate, the battery of the controller shall be checked and replaced if necessary.
Remote connectivity check.
BMS to control point check.
Java Application Control Engine

Maintenance contracts for single heat pump systems can start from as little as £350 per annum. For further information please contact the team who will be happy to help explain our offerings and the benefits of working with Heat Pump Repairs.


Air Source HeatPumps

Benefits of Using Heat Pump
Benefits of Using Heat Pump Technology?

Air Source heat pumps are thought to be one of the most cost effective ways to power a domestic heating system. They work by removing heat from outside air, into cooler air inside the building. In a well insulated home they offer a cheaper alternative to traditional fuels and could reduce the carbon footprint of the homeowner by as much as 10 tonnes annually.
They don't generate carbon monoxide thanks to non-combustion based technology so they are very safe. The systems are also extremely adaptable and may be installed in new build properties or retro-fitted to existing buildings, with barely any adaption. Most systems have an average life expectancy of 20 years, so an air source heat pump unit offers the householder an extremely cost effective and environmentally friendly way to heat their home and water.
The government also pays those who generate and use renewable energy to heat their buildings. The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) means most pumps are paid back in just five years, creating a Return-On-Investment (ROI) of 28%. The RHI is set to cover domestic use from summer 2014 but in the meantime the Government has offered a one off grant to help with the installation costs, this can be up to £1300.

Air Source Heat Pump
How Does an Air Source Heat Pump Work?

An air source heat pump extracts the external heat from the atmosphere and transfers it to the interior of the property to provide heating or hot water. In the same way as a refrigerator extracts the heat from the interior of machine and expels it through the elements at the rear, the air source pump will do the reverse; drawing the heat in, boosting the temperature through compression and then emitting the warmth throughout the building.
Air Source - Click to Enlarge
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There are two different applications for air source heat pumps. An air-to-water system circulates heat through a centralised heating system such as radiators or underfloor heating, while an air-to-air version circulates the generated heat around the house with the use of fans.

Heat Pump Systems Available in the UK
Which Air Source Heat Pumps are Available in UK?

As one of the country's leading renewable energy suppliers, we recommend four manufacturers for energy efficient and economical air source heat pump units; WFI, Dimplex, Mitsubishi and Hitachi.

All four have received Microgeneration Scheme Certification (MSC) accreditation. Only pumps installed by MSC accredited workers will be eligible for the government's RHI scheme. All three performed excellently when tested in low temperatures (to 0 degrees centigrade) and all manufacturers provide a comprehensive range of heating accessories which can be used to enhance the system's performance and efficiency.

There are two main types of ASHP:
Air-to-water systems take heat from the outside air and feed it into your wet central heating system. As the heat produced is cooler than that from a conventional boiler, you may need to install larger radiators or underfloor heating in your home to make the most of it.
Air-to-air systems take heat from the outside air and feed it into your home through fans. This type of system cannot produce hot water.

In the summer, an air-to-air heat pump can be operated in reverse, like an air-conditioning unit, to provide cool air for your home.

Air source heat pump costs and savings
Air source heat pump costs and savings

ASHPs are cheaper than ground source heat pumps. The Energy Saving Trust (EST) estimates that the cost of installing a typical ASHP system ranges between £7,000 and £14,000.

The payback period (the time taken to recoup the cost of the system in energy savings) depends on how efficiently your system works, the type of system you're replacing, whether you can get money with the RHI and how you'll be using the heat generated from the pump.

The EST says that an average performing air source heat pump in an average four-bedroom detached home could save:
between £545 to £880 a year if replacing oil
between £550 and £1,060 a year if replacing electric heating.

It also estimated that the RHI would pay an extra £805 to £1,280 a year.

ASHPs look similar to air-conditioning units and are less disruptive to install than ground source heat pumps, as they do not require any digging in your garden.

An ASHP works a bit like a refrigerator in reverse. The process consists of an evaporator, a compressor and a condenser. It absorbs heat from the outside air and the heat pump compressor then increases the temperature of that heat further to create useful heat.

Ground Source HeatPumps

Ground source heat pump costs
Ground source heat pump costs

Ground source heat pumps (GSHP) differ in size and complexity, so pinpointing a typical cost is tricky. The Energy Saving Trust (EST) estimates it can range between £11,000 and £15,000 to install one in your home.

The payback period (the time it takes for the initial cost of the system to be recouped in energy savings) is also difficult to predict, as it depends on how efficiently your system works, the type of system you're replacing, whether you can get financial support with the Renewable Heat Incentive and how you'll be using the heat generated from the pump.

The EST estimates that an average performing ground source heat pump could save you:
between £650 and £1,035 a year to replace oil-fired heating
between £1,265 and £2,000 a year to replace electric heating

Financial help is also available. The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government scheme and the EST estimated it could provide an additional £2,325 to £3,690 a year.

Ground source heat pump costs

How ground source heat pumps work
How ground source heat pumps work

A ground source heat pump system harnesses natural heat from underground by pumping water through it. The heat pump then increases the temperature, and the heat is used to provide home heating or hot water.

The pump needs electricity to run, but the idea is that it uses less electrical energy than the heat it produces.

The heat pump performs the same role as a boiler does in a central heating system, but it uses ambient heat from the ground rather than burning fuel to generate heat.

Air source heat pumps are also available. These are usually placed outside at the side or back of a property, and take heat from the air. See our separate Air Source guide to air source heat pumps for more details.

A mixture of water and anti-freeze is pumped around the ground loop and absorbs the naturally occurring heat stored in the ground. The pump itself consists of an evaporator, a compressor and a condenser - together these take the heat from the water mixture, transfers it to your domestic heating system and increases the temperature in the process. A ground source heat pump increases the temperature from the ground by between one and a half and four times – so if the ground temperature is 12°C, the output would be between 18 and 48°C).

This heat can then be used in a radiator, hot water or in an underfloor heating system. Whether you'll need an additional back-up heating system will depend on the individual home.

What is a ground source heat pump
What is a ground source heat pump?

Ground source heat pump systems are made up of a ground loop (a network of water pipes buried underground) and a heat pump at ground level. You'll need sufficient space for installation of the system, generally with a garden that's accessible for digging machinery.

Ground Loop

How green is a ground source heat pump?

A ground source heat pump system can help to lower your carbon footprint as it uses a renewable, natural source of heat – the ground. According to the EST, a heat pump with mid-range efficiency uses a third of the energy needed in an average gas or oil boiler to produce the same amount of heat.

carbon Footprint

A heat pump also requires a supplementary source of power, usually electricity, to power the heat pump, so there will still be some resulting CO2 emissions.

heat pump costs and savings
Ground source heat pump costs and savings

Ground source heat pumps generate less CO2 than conventional heating systems.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) says that a 'typical' ground source heat pump could save you between £395 and £2,000 a year depending which existing heating system you are replacing.
You can get financial help towards the cost of a ground source heat pump. The Renewable Heat Incentive scheme provides payments to householders who have a heat pump, estimated to be between £2,325 and £3,690 a year for an average four-bedroom detached home.
You need to use electricity to power the pump which circulates the liquid in the ground loop, but for every unit of electricity used by the pump, you get between two and four units of heat – making this an efficient way to heat a building.
Cheaper Economy 7 electricity tariffs can be used to lower the cost of electricity to power the heat pump, and special heat pump tariffs may be available from some electricity suppliers – alternatively consider solar photovoltaic panels or a wind turbine (if you live in a suitable area) for a greener source of electricity.

Geothermal Cost

Geothermal Advantages

Geothermal energy comes at low cost

Geothermal energy is widely considered as a key contender for future electricity production in various corners of the earth. Countries including Iceland, the USA and New Zealand already make use of this renewable energy source to provide electricity on a significant scale.

There are many advantages relating to the use of geothermal energy and these are described below.

1. Environmentally Friendly – Geothermal energy is a renewable energy source that’s highly environmentally friendly. Little disruption is made to the environment as a result of the various processes that are used to harness this energy source in order to provide electricity. Few chemicals and pollutants feature in geothermal electricity production.
2. Highly Efficient – Geothermal energy is highly efficient and can be used to provide electricity in select areas or even to provide heating for our homes and business on a much wider scale via the use of ground source heat pumps.
3. Cost Effective – As geothermal power stations are relatively small and less complex than large fossil fuel alternatives, they are highly cost effective, especially when they are placed in areas of high geological/tectonic activity where magma is closer to the earth’s crust when compared with other locations.
4. Job Creation – The introduction of geothermal energy systems on both an industrial and domestic scale has helped to boost jobs in many different countries. This is a key advantage for areas that may have already been experiencing job shortages.
5. Land Value – Another advantage of geothermal energy and tied into the cost effectiveness of this energy source is land value. Geothermal power stations are often placed in areas of high geological activity where land values may be low due to obvious reasons. This helps to provide cost savings for energy companies that wish to make use of geothermal activity.
6. Almost Infinite – Although geothermal activity in a particular area is actually finite, this is likely to be available for anywhere between 5,000 and 1,000,000 years. This huge time scale means geothermal energy is almost infinite and will be able to long live out many fossil fuel alternatives.
7. Always On – As long as geothermal activity is present in a particular region, this energy source will always be on and will be fairly constant. This means that unlike solar, wind, wave and tidal alternatives, geothermal energy can provide continuous electricity production whatever the weather.
8. Very Quiet – Another significant advantage of geothermal energy is how quiet it can be. Geothermal energy is the electric car of power stations and is likely to provide little noise pollution to nearby residents.

Geothermal Advantages

Sustainable, renewable and free of CO2 emissions

Geothermal energy is a renewable form of energy; it is inexhaustible and is produced without damaging the environment. As it does not require a combustion process, the operation of a ground coupled geothermal heat pump is nearly free of CO2 emissions, provided bio-electricity is used. There is no need for environmentally harmful transportation as geothermal energy is used in the location where it is produced. Geothermal energy is your contribution to climate protection!

Independent of fossil fuels

In contrast to fossil fuels such as gas and oil, the inexhaustible geothermal energy supplied by heatpump systems is available right on site. This makes you independent of price increases, complicated transport logistics, political risks and dwindling reserves.

Short payback period

Whereas prices for gas and heating oil tend to rise in the long-term, geothermal energy is free and directly available. By installing a heatpump with significantly lower running costs than with conventional gas heating system, you save heating costs of up to 70%. As the operating costs for a geothermal heating system are unbeatably low, the system will pay for itself after just a few years. Where heating and cooling systems are required, the initial investment cost of a geothermal system may be less than the cost of conventional technology, which requires the installation of two separate heating and air-conditioning systems.

Increase in property value

Geothermal systems will increase the value of a property. Buildings and open spaces which are heated or cooled using geothermal systems, are eligible for the highest energy ratings. Closed circuits make for maintenance-free and durable operation. Planning and construction of chimneys and service areas for fossil fuel systems as well as compliance with combustion regulations is unnecessary. No dirt, no smoke.

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