Warm up this winter with infrared heating

Posted on 14th Oct 2015 by Ged Ennis

Did you know the UK loses 54% of its electric energy before it reaches end users? It’s an unbelievable loss demonstrating real inefficiency. But what if you could reduce this number through generating your own electricity? Yes, you’ve heard us right, with Low Carbon Energy and Herschel you can generate your own electricity from your own home, reducing household costs, inefficiencies, and instead opting for high performance.

Herschel’s far infared heaters are one of the newest technologies to Low Carbon Energy this year – and it’s a real privilege to be working with them. Their heaters produce 100% natural, far infrared heating and work by using gentle, long-wave infrared, which penetrates the air and heats solid objects – such as the fabric of a building rather than the air.

While a lot of your electric energy is typically lost, without you feeling the benefits of it, almost 100% of the electrical energy used by infared heaters is converted into heat. This not only means, cosy, warm homes in winter; it also means savings of between 30-60% on your annual energy usage.

This is comparative to the 54% of electric energy lost by the time it reaches you home or business with traditional heating – costing £9.5 billion a year, an equivalent of £354 per household. Not only will a Herschel solution save you money, it’s also environmentally friendly and 100% CO2 free, and well as a long-term solution with no requirement for maintenance or servicing.

New products from Herschel

The SELECT XL is the newest product from Herschel and ideal for commercial customers in particular. Using specialist technology, it’s up to 10% more effective than other Herschel products and comes with a five-year warranty. Used by leading hotels and residential providers, it’s already providing energy savings of up to 60%!

To find out more about our far infared soltuions, or the SELECT XL, please contact Ged, at Low Carbon Energy, on 08456 808 963.

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