Heat from the sea to heat Plas Newydd in Wales

Heat from the sea to heat Plas Newydd in Wales

Heat from the sea to heat Plas Newydd in WalesOne of the finest old mansions in Wales is making history with a new technology that sucks heat from sea water.

Plas Newydd, with spectacular views of Snowdon from Anglesey, will in future have its collection of past military uniforms warmed by a heat pump.

It’s the biggest UK scheme of its kind and shows a way in which buildings can be heated without imported gas or oil.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

It relies on a heat exchanger, which uses a system akin to refrigeration to amplify warmth from pipes in the sea.

The 300kW marine source heat pump cost the National Trust £600,000 and is expected to save around £40,000 a year in operating costs.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

Source: BBC

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