Cool-Therm wins the Non-Domestic Air Source Heat Pump Project of the Year award
The project at North Colonnade has dramatically reduced building running costs and carbon emissions
Non-Domestic Air Source Project of the Year 2017
Winner: Cool-Therm - Number 5, North Colonnade, Canary Wharf
This innovative replacement cooling and heating project in Canary Wharf has dramatically reduced building running costs and carbon emissions, while providing outstanding indoor comfort for occupants.
Energy costs have been reduced by some £255,027 a year, amounting to nearly £5,000 per week. These savings will continue to accrue over the anticipated 10 to 15 year operational life of the plant, delivering total lifetime savings of between £2.55m and £3.8m.
Designed and installed by Cool-‐Therm in collaboration with Gratte Brothers and WSP London, the replacement system is based on all-fresh air heating and cooling. This is supplied by high performance Air Handling Units (AHUs), with a combination of water- to-air heat pumps and dx cooling.
Key to its efficiency is the harnessing of energy from condensing water from the cooling system for use in heating the building.
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