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GeoEnergy Design Low Carbon Heating Solutions

Technologies

The UK needs to reduce the carbon emissions associated with heating and cooling by 95% by 2050 in order to reach Net zero climate targets. To do so a widespread adoption of low emissions systems are required. GeoEnergy provide holistic system designs integrating a variety of technologies from heat pumps and boilers to batteries and solar cells. Outlined below are more details on some of the key technologies that we specialise in developing.

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs)
Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs)
Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHPs)
Combined Heat and Power (CHPs)
Batteries
Solar Photovaltaic Panels (PV)
Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs)
Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs)
Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHPs)
Combined Heat and Power (CHPs)
Batteries
Solar Photovaltaic Panels (PV)

Where We Fit In

We are passionate about and experienced in efficient and robust design, making use of established, but underutilised, heat pump technologies to help solve the climate crisis. The key stages of our design process are outlined below.

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Concept Generation

We work with our clients to produce a concept that can be carried through to the next stages of design. By assessing physical assets and financial limitations, we can develop solutions to suit any site at any scale, be it for heating, cooling or electricity generation.

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Feasibility Studies & RIBA Stage 2 Design

We compare the financial, environmental and logistical factors associated with a project, assessing the potential benefits and challenges for a concept. We would propose a basic design solution to allow other factors such as planning to progress.

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RIBA Stage 4 Design

We develop detailed mechanical and electrical schematics and complete Description of Operations ready for installation. With full autonomy over system operating logic we can minimise redundant system components and maximise efficiency.

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2D & 3D Modelling

With a completed mechanical schematic and equipment schedule, we can assist the client with planning drawings, 2D plant layouts and even 3D system models.

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Snagging and Commissioning

Throughout the installation and commissioning process, GeoEnergy will conduct site visits to snag the installation and ensure design has been adhered to. Installing and operating a system as designed is critical to meeting performance targets.

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System Monitoring

After systems have been installed, GeoEnergy can continue to monitor them and hold installers to their performance promises. This ongoing monitoring also allows us to suggest improvements to the system operating principles to further boost efficiency and carbon savings.