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The Queens College – New Library & Archive, Oxford

GI Energy were employed by Beard Construction to design and install a ground source heating and cooling system for the Queens College New Library and Archive, Oxford.

The ground source array consisted of 10No vertical loops installed to 55m, connected to 2No heat pumps providing peak loads of 20KW heat and 40KW cooling loads.  There were various difficulties to overcome including access to site, restricting borehole depths to avoid saline artesian water, drilling from ground surface and protection of pipes during basement excavation etc.

GIE worked well with Beard Construction to deliver the scheme on budget.

The following video records the development of the site:



Fourth Valley College - Falkirk

GI Energy are pleased to be working with Balfour Beatty on the new Forth Valley College development in Falkirk. Our order encompasses the design and delivery of the full 2.6 MW heat pump led energy centre for the new campus building. The system will provide all the heating and cooling requirements along with simultaneous heating/cooling and free... MORE

Speke Hall, Liverpool

Over the last few months GI Energy have been working on a GSHP installation at Speke Hall, Liverpool. This install will provide over 185kWh of heating, and has over 6000 meters of pipe. The National Trust have provided more information about this install on a very imformative board outside the hall itself. MORE

Visit to Old Oak Common

GI Energy invited the Heat and Business Energy team from the Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, earlier this month to the Old Oak Common Crossrail Depot, to showcase how a 1MW GSHP solution, utilising energy piles and boreholes can be integrated with Combined Heat and Power, Solar Thermal and Photo Voltaic... MORE