GI Energy acclaimed as ground-source installer of the year

GI Energy, which designs and installs ground-source heating and cooling systems, has been named ground-source installer of the year in the Energy Efficiency and Renewables Awards. Based in Coventry, the company has installed more than 200 MW of systems in a wide range of buildings.

Projects range from a school in Orkney to the iconic One New Change in London. Other projects include the Stonehenge visitor centre, the new Sackler Gallery in London’s Kensington Gardens and the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.

The company also played a pivotal role in the recent review of the tariff for the Renewable Heat Incentive, which resulted in the tariff for ground-source heat-pump heating systems being increased to 10.2 p/kWh.

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