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Heat solutions

Take control of your energy with a heat pump

Lower your business's emissions

Discover how you could take control of your energy costs and increase your business’s green credentials. Our heat solutions experts are here to help guide you on your journey to net zero, with bespoke heating, cooling and hot water solutions.

If you have an old heating system or one that’s in need of repair, it might be the perfect time to consider a heat pump. We can offer a standalone solution or design a heating solution where multiple products work together seamlessly. Plus, there may be funding available to help with your investment in a greener future.


Heat pumps from Scottish Power

Heat solutions designed around you

From busy shops to 24-hour production lines, our heat solutions team can deliver cost-effective, tailored solutions focussed on reducing costs and achieving your Net Zero goals.

Removing the hassle

Whether it’s an air or ground source solution, we manage your project from start to finish, with fitting and testing carried out by our nationwide network of experienced installers.

Government grants and funding

If your business is in Scotland, England or Wales, you may be eligible for government-funded grants or green loans, which our team can help you access.

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What is an air source heat pump?

Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) work in a similar way to a fridge, only in reverse. Powered by electricity, they extract naturally occurring heat from the air - even when temperatures are below 0°C - and amplify it. The resulting energy is then used to heat your premises.

Air-to-water and air-to-air are the two main types of ASHPs:

  • Air-to-water heat pumps are more commonly used in the UK. They transfer heat to water, which is distributed via a central heating system.
  • Air-to-air heat pumps use a warm air circulation system.

What is a ground source heat pump?

Ground source heat pumps take naturally occurring heat from the ground at around 8 to 14°C. This is then passed through an electric heat pump compressor to create high grade heat (45 to 55°C) which is used for heating and hot water.

Ground source heat pumps are very efficient and transfer around four times more energy than is used to extract it from the ground.


Make greener heating your next choice

Our green energy experts are here to guide you through the options that are available to you and help answer any questions you have. Just give us a call on 0333 443 2346 (Mon to Fri, 9am – 5:30pm) or leave your details and we’ll call you.

A greener tomorrow for your business, starting today

We have teamed up with experts, including the Carbon Trust, to help you discover new ways of reducing your emissions. Read our guide to find out how you could generate extra revenue, save on energy costs and reduce your carbon emissions.