Next-gen heat pump could cut energy bills and carbon emissions


Congratulations to our Researchers Zhibin Yu, Andrew McKeown, Zahra Hajabdollahi Ouderji & Miryam Essadik, from the University of Glasgow who have developed a new type of heat pump, a flexible heat pump technology, which could help households save on their energy bills and contribute towards net-zero emissions goals.

In a new paper published in the journal Communications Engineering, the researchers outline how their flexible heat pump technology provides an elegant and low-cost solution to the problems of current heat pumps by integrating heat storage – a small water tank and a coil of copper tube.

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