Case study | Quaker Meeting House
Spheretech Ltd’s expertise extends to renewable energy heating systems tailored specifically for use in public spaces.
Spheretech was contacted by Northampton Quakers regarding installing a heat efficient system for their historic Meeting House, with the objective of having as little carbon impact as possible.
The sizeable Meeting House hosts large and small events, clubs, as well as its regular Meetings for Worship throughout the year. Therefore it was important that different internal areas could be heated individually and operated remotely by a designated member of the organisation.
Working in partnership with the Quakers’ architect, the approved solution was to install two Air Source Heat Pumps, to provide hot water through 16 custom-fitted radiators.
Spheretech also installed a remote monitoring system, thus enabling control of heating in all rooms in the Meeting House, to take place externally from home using the Internet.
This makes the system convenient and more energy and cost efficient, as heating can be limited to different zones in the Meeting House and only when in use.
It was explained that:,
“Quakers, both nationally and locally, are approaching environmental sustainability, using lots of projects, across a broad front. Reducing carbon emissions is one part of our religious commitment to becoming a low-carbon sustainable community”
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