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Going Net Zero & Sustainability 

Hyrax's Environmental Impact

Hyrax can help us as global population to move towards a net zero world, by reducing our energy consumption needs and carbon footprints, saving the planet and us money at the same time.

Hyrax Features

What Makes Hyrax Stand Out?

A thermodynamic heat pump like no other, the Hyrax System stands out among air to water heat pumps.

Hyrax Features

What Makes Hyrax Stand Out?

A thermodynamic heat pump like no other, the Hyrax System stands out among air to water heat pumps.

CO2

Savings

An average sized UK home could reduce its annual CO2 emissions by 1.4 tonnes a year for every year it uses a Hyrax System, or could reduce its CO2 emissions even further by going completely off grid by pairing it with PV.

Reusable 

Recyclable

All elements of the Hyrax system, even the refrigerant, are reusable or recyclable after a system is decommissioned and uninstalled. 

Net Zero by, or around, 2050, is the goal of most western governments. In the UK there are 30 million homes and workplaces, with a demand, currently, for 463 TWh of space and hot water heating predominantly provided by gas (73%), followed by oil (10%) and electricity (9%). Heating these buildings contributes to almost a quarter of all UK emissions. This dependency on gas is even more dominant in the residential sector (76%) where individual natural gas boilers prevail, with only 8% of total heating and cooling demand being derived from renewable sources.

Net zero can only be reached by 2050 in the UK on the timeline required if done in a simple and green way whilst ensuring this remains affordable and fair for households across the country. Some 1.7 million green heating systems per year are needed by 2035 to keep on target.

 

The path to net zero is defined by a national target of a 78% emissions reduction by 2035 against the 1990 baseline.

 

With such targets in place only innovative technology such as Hyrax can ensure they are met.

Addressing the carbon emissions produced in heating and powering homes, workplaces and public buildings cannot only save money on energy bills and improve lives but can support up to 240,000 skilled green jobs by 2035.

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