Sunamp Battery Storage Installations
Published On: Wed May 27th, 2020
R&I Cruden are proud to become preferred installers for Sunamp – the market’s leading battery storage provider. Based in central Scotland, Sunamp has developed a thermal energy storage product with a vision to shape the path for future renewable energy. Their extensive range of heat batteries can facilitate domestic, commercial or industrial-scale projects, with further developments into the automotive industry. Their innovative products have been recognised by several prestigious awards and continue to impact markets across the globe. The Sunamp heat battery not only stores energy, but it also delivers fast-flowing hot water on demand. With their unique technology, the Sunamp battery is able to store up to four times more energy than hot water tanks in similarly sized units as combi boilers. The battery heats water to a selectable temperature, between 35-55 degrees Celsius, and provides the equivalent of 90-138 litres of hot water – sufficient to fill a bath or run several showers daily. Heat Batteries are the perfect alternative to replace conventional cylinders, upgrade a combi boiler, or integrate with renewable systems such as solar PV. This technology has a lifespan of over 40,000 cycles, equating to over 50 years of usage. It also offers a compact heating solution for space-saving needs within your home. The Sunamp heat battery is an exciting development for the renewable energy industry, a technology that Managing Director Ian Cruden anticipates will be significant for R&I Cruden. “The Scottish Government holds a long-term vision to reduce CO2 emissions and eliminate fuel poverty, reflecting an ethos that relates to both Sunamp and R&I Cruden. As renewable heating specialists, we felt this product was the perfect fit for our company, particularly applicable to modern housing with high levels of insulation. With solar feed-in tariffs removed at the end of March 2019, the thermal heat battery is also a great solution to reuse all excess generation from the solar PV system to heat the Sunamp battery. “ R&I Cruden Managing Director, Ian Cruden For further information about Sunamp and their products, visit their website at www.sunamp.com or contact our offices to find out how we can help you.