Under floor heating could help chapel win Heat Pump Awards

Date: 19/04/2012
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A 19th-century chapel in Merthyr Tydfil featuring under floor heating is one of the finalists of the National Heat Pump Awards 2012.

This ceremony celebrates the projects that have utilised renewable or low-carbon power during their development, or proven their dedication to efficiency and eco-friendliness in other ways.

Editor of Heat Pumps Today magazine Phil Creaney said he is "absolutely delighted" with the response the event has received.

The way people consider how to warm and cool buildings is "fundamentally changing", he added.

A gala awards event will be held on May 31st at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham.

This will include celebrity entertainers, as well as a drinks reception, a four-course meal and wine.

It is a high-profile evening and is organised by the publishers of Heat Pumps Today and ACR Today, which deals with refrigeration and air conditioning.

Underfloor heating insulation could improve the sustainability of the Merthyr Tydfil chapel by reflecting the warmth generated by the element upwards.

Posted by Paul Taylor

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