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 Heat pumps 

SHEco Renewable Systems Ltd can provide commercial size standard or bespoke built heat pump solutions utilising the latest refrigerant and compressor technology, with output temperatures varying from 45°C to 110°C and heating capacities from 50 kW to 1MW, these heat pump modules can be installed in parallel for increased capacity. We base our heat pump selection on the most efficient unit with the lowest possible global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant. SHEco also provide maintenance and servicing contracts for heat pumps with our fully qualified refrigeration engineers.


Heat pumps provide an alternative renewable energy solution to current carbon intensive heating technologies (gas fired boilers). Heat pumps are more energy efficient (300 – 500%) than conventional fossil fuel-based technologies; they decarbonise the production of heat energy as they do not use combustion, they reduce the reliability on the use of fossil fuels and they help with reducing the carbon intensity of the UK’s power grid. Heat pumps also come with the added benefit that they can be configured to satisfy the cooling requirement of a business, producing both simultaneous heating and cooling.




Heat is extracted from the source.



An electricity compressor compresses the refrigerant and the temperature increases.

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Useful heat

Heat/Hot water is supplied to site.

 How can heat pumps work for you and your business? 


Low carbon heating and cooling.  Heat pumps provide significant reductions on carbon emission compared to 'conventional' fossil fuelled heating systems.


Reduced energy usage.  Heat pumps are highly efficient in producing heat energy.


Flexible range of solutions.  Heat pumps use a range of heat sources and operate through a wide range of temperatures ensuring the right solution for your business can be found.


Growing opportunity.  The adoption of heat pumps for businesses' heating needs is widely recognised as the key to decarbonising heat.


Installation. As part of new build projects or retrofitted into existing buildings as a replacement for fossil fuelled boilers.

 How do heat pumps work? 

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Air source heat pumps

Air acts as a heat source for the heat pump, providing hot water supplies to the site.

Benefits of ASHP's:

  • Work under most conditions

  • Renewable heat incentive (RHI)


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Ground source heat pumps

Thermal boreholes will act as the heat source for the heat pump, providing a year-round reliable and predictable source of stable energy.

Benefits of GSHP's:

  • Higher efficiency than ASHP's 

  • Higher energy natural storage in the ground

  • Renewable heat incentive (RHI)

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Water source heat pumps

The water source may be: a river, lake, reservoir or an aquifer.  Water source heat pumps can be used to provide free cooling to the site as well as a heat source

Benefits of water source:

  • Low capital costs

  • High efficiency

  • Renewable heat incentive (RHI)

  • Simultaneous heating and cooling

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