About Our Heat Pumps Ely

With fossil fuel prices rising and demand increasing, usage of the controversial technique of fracking, it has never been a better time to invest in a heat pumps in Ely as its an ideal way to stop reliance on fossil fuels and their ever increasing price. The air to water system from Daikin uses 1 kw of electricity to produce 3 kw of heat therefore working at a coefficient of 3, which compared to a brand new top of the range gas boiler with a coefficient of 0.94 is over three times as efficient.

There’s no need to replace your heating system: simply add a new heat pump to your existing boiler, to help create an energy saving home. The Daikin Altherma heat pumps Ely brings greater efficiency and so reduces the energy consumption of the overall system, giving you an energy saving home, for less hassle than replacing the entire system.

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Why Buy Heat Pumps
in Ely?

At Resolve Home Energy we believe our Heat Pumps Ely is an eco friendly solution to your heating and reducing energy bills. Since we have started on 25th january 2013, we have helped hundreds of local customer eliminate their utility bills and earn a tax free income from the government feed in tariff.

Up to 36% lower running costs

In up to 71% fewer CO2emissions

Up to 35% reduction in primary energy use

Why Buy Heat Pumps
in Ely?

At Resolve Home Energy we believe our Heat Pumps Ely is an eco friendly solution to your heating and reducing energy bills. Since we have started on 25th january 2013, we have helped hundreds of local customer eliminate their utility bills and earn a tax free income from the government feed in tariff.

Up to 36% lower running costs

In up to 71% fewer CO2emissions

Up to 35% reduction in primary energy use

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Facts About Ely

History

The city’s origins lay in the foundation of an abbey in 673, one mile to the north of the village of Cratendune on the Isle of Ely, under the protection of Saint Etheldreda, daughter of King Anna. This first abbey was destroyed in 870 by Danish invaders and rededicated to Etheldreda in 970 by Ethelwold, Bishop of Winchester. The first Norman bishop, Simeon, started building the cathedral in 1083. The octagon was rebuilt by sacrist Alan of Walsingham between 1322 and 1328 after the collapse of the original nave crossing on 22 February 1322.

General Info

Ely is built on a 23-square-mile Kimmeridge Clay island which, at 85 feet, is the highest land in the Fens. Major rivers including the Witham, Welland, Nene, and Great Ouse feed into the Fens and, until draining commenced in the 17th century, formed freshwater marshes and meres within which peat was laid down. There are two Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the city: a former Kimmeridge Clay quarry, and one of the United Kingdom’s best remaining examples of medieval ridge and furrow agriculture.

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