Heating and cooling are essential to modern life. This includes comfort control for homes and buildings, and temperature control in industrial processes. It also includes the cold chain that ensures safe delivery of food, medicine and vaccines around the world…
Heating and cooling technology for buildings create around 15% of global carbon emissions, while food loss adds 10%, according to research.
New technologies that are helping to decarbonize these areas are increasingly being used for industry and transportation.
As the urgency to combat climate change intensifies, the race towards achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 has become a paramount goal for the United Kingdom.
While many industries grapple with finding affordable and sustainable alternatives, the commercial heating sector has found a promising solution: catalytic combustion.
This innovative approach not only offers significant advantages over traditional heating methods but also provides a cost-effective pathway towards achieving net-zero targets within the industry.
Catalytic combustion, as a highly efficient heating technology, harnesses the power of chemical reactions to produce heat with minimal carbon emissions.
We carried out these installations to do beta tests. We put gas meters on every single appliance, so that we could measure and collect the data to prove that what they had before versus what they’ve got now.
There was a significant reduction in energy consumption from the installations we’ve done so far.
The return on investment average is around about 24 months and as far as I know, there’s not another heating system, which can be installed which can achieve that.
Thomas McGee is the Founder of X-Heat Ltd, a leading innovator in energy-efficient heating solutions for the commercial and leisure industry.
With over a decade of hands-on experience in the heating industry, I am now working with cutting-edge technologies that reduce carbon emissions and increase cost savings for businesses.
Prior to founding X-Heat, Tom held various leadership positions where he gained valuable experience in the industrial/commercial and domestic heating sectors.
He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Engineering Institute of Technology, Qualified GAS SAFE Registered engineer for 10+ years.
Tom is truly passionate about using technology to make a positive impact on the environment and society.
Written by: Jackie De Burca
todaySeptember 24, 2023
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