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Mitsubishi Electric - Domestic Heating Case Studies

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For those looking for high performance and lower running costs, Ecodan provides a welcome and effective alternative.

This unique family home in rural France has been built using the most eco-friendly products and materials available today.

A new 48-bed rehabilitation centre in Middlesbrough is ensuring a warm welcome for its clients by installing 5 Ecodan systems.

Ecodan solved this family’s heating needs whilst halving their CO2 emissions and fuel bills.

Ecodan helped realise this family’s ambitions by reducing their CO2 emissions by 50% and lowering their annual fuel bills by 36%.

The SWAN Rural Enterprise Centre has benefitted from low carbon, low cost heating using an Ecodan air source heat pump.

Changing to Ecodan, has meant this family are no longer reliant on the increasingly expensive LPG system to heat their home.

Ecodan has given this young family greater control, improved comfort and significant reductions in their overall energy use.

Easy to install, the advanced efficiency of Ecodan is perfect for this 1950’s home.

Mr Maddison wanted a cost-efficient, renewable energy supply that he could rely upon in all weathers.

Ecodan air source heat pumps can be retrofitted to an existing property or installed to a new build.

Bell Homes found the Ecodan systems easy to install, energy efficient, environmentally-friendly and cheaper to run.

The remarkable Ecodan system has been installed in the developed new homes to meet the demand for space heating & hot water.

To meet the need for renewable heating, the consultants chose Ecodan air source heat pumps linked to underfloor heating.

Lansberry specified two 14 kW Ecodan® air source heat pumps to provide heating and hot water to the property.

Cottsway Housing Association in Oxford were looking for an advanced heating system to suit.

The project required installation of a number of Ecodan® air source heat pumps which provided low carbon, renewable energy.

Fitment of the Ecodan air source heat pumps has contributed to the village reducing its carbon emissions by 50%.

Ecodan gave residents the reliable, efficient heat they needed whilst cutting fuel bills in half.

All are heated using Mitsubishi Electric’s Ecodan air source heat pumps and packaged cylinder systems.

Air source heat pumps provide a sustainable, energy efficient alternative to electric storage heaters.

The energy to run this and also to supply the building’s hot water is provided by two Ecodan air source heat pumps from Mitsubishi.

The heating and hot water for the building is supplied by a Mitsubishi Electric 5kW Ecodan Air Source Heat Pump.

Mitsubishi Electric
Travellers Lane
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 8XB

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