New build heat pumps

Meeting ‘The Future Homes Standard’ – now

The way we heat our homes in the UK is changing – forever.

The UK Government has set a target to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2050. UK housebuilders have been installing gas boilers ‘as standard’ for decades, but with new legislation banning them from 2025 – that’s all set to change.

As one of the leading manufacturers of low carbon heating systems, we can help housing developers comply with the changes to Part L of the Building Regulations, by specifying Ecodan air source heat pumps for new build homes.

Help for housebuilders

In our case study video, architect and Ecodan Ambassador George Clarke visits Hopkins Homes to meet with Group Managing Director, Lee Barnard.

Together they visit St. Peter’s Place in Stutton, East Anglia; a new build development of 34 properties – all of which will be using an Ecodan air source heat pump for heating and hot water.

Lee shares his experience of how working with Mitsubishi Electric and Ecodan is helping them to build zero carbon homes and meet ‘The Future Homes Standard’.

The most advanced and efficient renewable heating systems available

  • Multi-awardwinning R32 A+++ monobloc models
  • Market-leading ultra quiet sound levels
  • Full heating capacity is maintained to -7°C* ambient
  • Smart control and remote monitoring via MELCloud App
  • Expert training, after sales and technical support
* WM50 = -7 °C, WM60 = -10 °C, WM85 = -10 °C, WM112 = -7 °C & HWM140 = -15 °C

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