Heat Pump Hot Water
Like a split system air conditioner, heat pump hot water units contain the heating process and limit energy waste, saving up to 80% on electric hot water energy use.
How does it work? A fan draws in air which contacts heat energy, across the evaporator unit. This evaporator turns the liquid refrigerant into a gas which the compressor pressurises. The gas inside the condenser coil heats the water inside the tank, then reverts to a liquid and continues to the evaporator to begin the process again.
Upgrade old electric hot water to energy-efficient heat pump and start seeing the savings straight away.
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This service is available in the following states:
- New South Wales
- South Australia
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Warehouse Lighting Upgrade.
An energy-efficient lighting upgrade will see an estimated 70% reduction in lighting energy use – savings of more than 1 million kWh each year.
5 Year Savings
< 6 Months
Reduction in the energy usage
Case Study -
Geofabrics Upgrades Lighting With ROI Less Than One Year
Geofabrics has maximised the benefits of energy efficiency not only through cost savings in reduced electricity consumption, but by using the NSW Government’s Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) to significantly reduce the costs of the project. As as accredited certificate provider under the scheme, we were able to translate the energy savings to $75,000 worth of ESC value or rebate.
400Mh / year
Less than 1 year