As an independent designer and provider of systems to the care industry for the past 50 years, Adveco supports technology-open scenarios that not only predict large proportions of heat pumps and solar thermal, but also assumes the use of gaseous fuels and direct-electric energy provision from an increasingly decarbonised grid. Just as electricity is becoming greener so too can the gaseous fuels which will contain larger shares of renewable ‘green’ hydrogen gas and other synthetic fuels by 2050.
This approach better supports the adoption of a hybrid approaches to application design that gives more options for the combination of new and existing technologies. This is not only more practical, especially when refurbishing older buildings and inefficient systems where fresh demands have outpaced the original scope of the application, but also more cost-effective, allowing for more a more managed transition, extending the life of viable systems while addressing the need to reduce carbon to achieve Net Zero by 2050.
Supporting new construction as well as the refurbishment of public health and private care heating and hot water systems, Adveco is perfectly positioned to support the provision of: