27 October 2022
Trane has been awarded the European Heat Pump Association’s (EHPA) People’s Choice Award for its thermal system installation at Broomfield College in Derby. The project replaced the college’s existing fossil fuel boilers with a system combining both air and water source heat pumps, reducing energy consumption by 790,000 kWh and 160 tons of CO2 emissions, annually.
“The project at Broomfield College highlights how Trane is using new technologies to help our customers reduce their carbon footprint,” said Jose La Loggia, president, Trane Commercial HVAC Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
“We are extremely proud of our team in the UK who made this project happen. Their hard work is a true example of our company’s purpose to boldly challenge what’s possible for a sustainable world.”
“Connecting heating and cooling demands through heat pump solutions means maximizing energy efficiency and removing the reliance on fossil fuel energy,” said Thomas Nowak, secretary general, EHPA.
“Trane Technologies is a driver of this transition. I congratulate the whole team for this deserved recognition with the People’s Choice European Heat Pump Award.”