Sunamp’s compact heat batteries store energy as heat for hot water and affordable domestic heating. their expansion into china has seen them partner with a number of local companies and the future for this scottish company looks very bright. Heat accounts for 50 percent of global final energy consumption, and in some countries as much as 81 percent of household energy is used for heating and hot water. Realising this, technology company Sunamp has developed special heat batteries that can cut both fuel costs and carbon emissions by storing energy as heat and releasing it on demand. The Scottish company’s super-compact heat battery technology has been intelligently designed to provide a clean, efficient, and cost-effective heat energy storage solution. The technology also helps to ensure a positive impact on the environment and Sunamp’s long-term ambition is to significantly impacting the global campaign to stop climate change. Working with everything from gas boilers to solar panels and heat pumps, Sunamp’s UniQ range of heat batteries delivers hot water and highly responsive space heating with superb efficiency and proven savings of up to 75 percent on utility bills. This technology comes at an accessible price and offers limitless scalability for residential, commercial, and industrial projects.
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