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ENER-G supplies Robur heat pumps in the UK

Greater Manchester-based firm ENER-G has linked up with Italian manufacturer Robur to supply gas absorption heat pump (GAHP) solutions to UK consumers.
ENER-G supplies Robur heat pumps in the UK
For the first time ENER-G is supplying GAHP systems manufactured by Robur, which is based in Bergamo, Italy.

'Our heat pump solution, in partnership with Robur, provides a reliable, cost-effective, and constant energy source that is highly effective for industrial, commercial and residential use,' said Andrew Hill, product manager at

ENER-G's services include a free feasibility study; project design; system specification; installation and commissioning; 24-hour help desk; after-sales support; service and maintenance and flexible finance options.

The low carbon gas absorption heat pump technology removes energy from a low temperature heat source - the outside air - then upgrades it in the heat pump so that it can heat or cool air or water inside a building. The process is powered from natural gas or LPG.

Among financial advantages are energy consumption reductions of up to 50% and exemption from the climate change levy. Legislative benefits include cost savings relating to the new Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) and improved Building Energy Certificate ratings (EPC and DEC).
15 June 2009


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