Zero Carbon Solutions in Partnership with Vaillant at UK Construction Week 2016
Ground-breaking integrated renewable energy solution to be launched at Energy 2016
Housing developers will have the chance to see a ground-breaking integrated renewable energy system up close for the first time at the Energy 2016 show this October.
Renewable energy system developers, the Zero Carbon Solution, and Vaillant, the world’s leading heating technology manufacturer, have formed a new partnership to create an industry-leading renewable heating system for low and zero carbon property developments.
Vaillant’s ground source heat pumps are the first to feature an inter-seasonal heat store known as the Earth Energy Bank, patented by the Zero Carbon Solution. The innovative technology captures thermal solar energy for use all year round, giving an environmental impact rating for CO2 emissions >95. Unlike traditional ground source systems, the heat pumps do not require long trenches or deep boreholes, making them cheaper and easier to install – especially in dense housing developments.
The technology will be showcased at the Energy 2016 exhibition, part of UK Construction Week, held at the NEC in Birmingham, where visitors will have the chance to explore graphics, models and animations that demonstrate how it works and where it is located within the home.
Michael Goddard, founder of the Zero Carbon Solution, says: “This technology is unrivalled and it is already shaping the future for low and zero carbon homes. Visitors to our exhibition stand will be able to see just how cheap and easy it is to install and how it’s being used successfully in commercial developments.”
John Bailey, Commercial and Renewable Systems Director at Vaillant, adds: “This exciting new system has been specifically designed for commercial builders who are looking for the next generation in renewable technology, so we are thrilled to be revealing it at Energy 2016. We encourage anyone who is in need of inspiration as to how they can incorporate cutting-edge energy technology into their new projects to visit the Zero Carbon Solution stand at the Energy Show.”
The Zero Carbon Solution is aimed at commercial builders looking to incorporate renewable technologies within their projects. First installed in the Solar House in 2013, the system has since been deployed in homes of all sizes.
For more information visit stand E2/605 at the Energy show or log on to www.zerocarbonsolution.co.uk