Mimer Energy CEO Brian Kennelly has been instrumental in the roll out of ground source heat pump technology in social housing in the UK, being responsible for developing a standardised process and pricing structure which enabled housing associations and registered social landlords to adopt the technology in a risk free manner. With experience of approximately 1,500 installations in housing distributed across the whole of the UK, Brian is acutely aware of the needs of this particular sector.

Mimer Energy offers a micro-utility solution for residential developments, whereby the company supplies heating energy directly to the occupants on a pay-as-you-go basis. This removes the capital cost burden from the property developers whilst achieving low carbon housing targets.

There are a number of technical solutions for incorporating ground source heat pumps in a residential development, varying from discrete individual units with dedicated grounds loops to complete communal systems with distributed heating and hot water. Mimer Energy is able to evaluate the most appropriate system for any particular development on both technical and economic grounds.

Where appropriate comfort cooling can also be provided together with heat energy for ancillary uses such as swimming pools and leisure suites.