Although clean water from geothermal wells accounts for approximately 90% of our house heating demand, the remaining 10% rely on electricity although it´s a lot more expensive.
One of the communities where geothermal water is hard to find. The picturesque village of Vik, located at the southern coast of Iceland.
Together with a team of companies and individuals we have recently built and installed a variable capacity heat pump for the school & swimming pool buildings in Vik, resulting in approximately 75% energy savings.
For those interested, please click the link below for real time information.
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User name: Alvarr
Team members involved in the project:
|Our contribution:||Project appraisal, drilling & well testing. Heat Pump design and installation.|
|Sölvi Traustason:||Heat Pump chassis, accumulator tank & other stainless steel structures.|
|www.kaeling.is||Heat Pump assembly.|
|www.samey.is||Electrical items, PLC & communication.|
|www.vsb.is||“In house” heating system design and project management.|