Research and analysis

Monitoring of Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive ground-source and water-source heat pumps - interim report

This publication presents interim results from Department of Energy and Climate Change commissioned monitoring of a sample of 21 Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive accredited ground and water source heat pumps.

Documents

Monitoring of Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive ground-source and water-source heat pumps interim report

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Technical annex

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Ground- and water-source heat pump systems that had characteristics representative of mainstream non-domestic heating installations were selected for monitoring in order to measure in-service performance and investigate factors influencing their performance.

A final project report, due to be published in late-2016, will include analysis of a further 12 months monitoring data and seven additional systems added to the sample from March 2015.