Living with an Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP)
Update: We had a second speaker Jesse Scharf as well as Jonathan Waxman as originally advertised. Here are their slides:
- Jonathan Waxman — Living with an Air Source Heat Pump (PowerPoint 1.5Mb)
- Jesse Scharf — My heat pump (PowerPoint 5.3Mb)
Our November meeting is on Wednesday 24th November 2021 from 7pm to 8pm online.
Please book on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/living-with-an-air-source-heat-pump-ashp-tickets-211638726127. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants.
Air Source Heat Pumps (AHSP) are a low carbon technology to heat homes – what is it like living with one?
There has been much in the press of late around the end of gas heating and a shift to new home heating solutions from heat networks to heat pumps. The Prime Minster has stated that there will be ban on all new gas boilers in new build properties from 2025 and a ban on gas boilers being fitted into all homes from 2035.
The Government has set a target for annual installations of heat pumps in 600,000 homes by 2028 – a 20 fold increase over the current rate of installs. Many of these are planned to be added in new build homes – but at least a third are hoped to be retrofitted into existing homes. A new Boiler Upgrade Scheme is to be introduced in April 2022 to support the deployment of low-carbon heat in existing buildings. This will provide households with £5,000 grants when they switch to an air source heat pump (ASHP) or £6,000 when they switch to a ground source one.
Jesse Scharf and Barnet resident Jonathan Waxman have both recently had
ASHPs installed in their homes and will be providing some insights on the
process leading up to the choice of a heat pump, the installation
process and kit, costs, and the differences in heat your home with a heat
pump as compared to a conventional gas boiler.
Heating and Building Strategy (October 2021)