The savings of combining heat pump and condensing boiler

Published:  05 May, 2011

Glow-worm, renewable energy, heat pump

Glow-worm’s Hybrid domestic heating system is claimed to cut heating bills by up to 30% when replacing an existing standard-efficiency boiler and carbon footprint by up to 40%. Larger savings are possible if the boiler is an old heavyweight model. The Hybrid system combines a boiler and air-to-water heat pump.

The control system automatically selects the most effective heating method at any particular time to deliver the most cost efficient hating and hot water — whether that fuel be electricity or gas.

For more information on this story, click here: May 2011, 93

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