Heat pumps made accessible.

Straight talking engineers delivering innovative commercial & industrial heat pump solutions.
How we help

Together, we solve your heating & environmental challenges

Infinitas Design are experts at designing innovative and accessible commercial and industrial heat pump solutions. We help you eliminate carbon emissions from heating, hot water and cooling by replacing fossil fuels with heat pumps.

Commercial heat pumps

Who we help

Reducing the carbon footprint of commercial and industrial buildings

The commercial world is currently facing numerous pressures to meet decarbonisation objectives; from Government targets to a Net-Zero future, the challenges are real. But how do you know which solution is right for your needs?

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of UK homes, equalling around 24.5 million houses, are heated by natural gas.

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of UK carbon emissions come from generating heating and hot water in our homes and businesses.

Our work

Eden Project – OnSite

The Eden Project is a world-famous visitor attraction in Cornwall. It is located in a ‘hot rocks’ area; therefore, they have been able to tap into deep geothermal heat wells over 5km below the ground’s surface. The fluid pumped from the ground is around 100°C. This is used to create electricity, heating and hot water for buildings. See the webpage here for more info on the geothermal project.

A professional approach

Bringing a human aspect to the engineering world

About Us

Get to know how Infinitas Design help others find the right energy solution.

Our Values

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The Team

Meet the friendly faces who deliver expert energy solutions.
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Our latest myth buster

Aren’t heat pumps expensive?

What are the actual costs of installing a heat pump? In this week’s episode of Myth Busters, we look at whether heat pumps are as expensive as you think.

Our accreditations

Bringing heat pumps closer to people

Our community

Together, we eliminate carbon emissions

In this webinar we explain the different types of ground source heat pumps that exist (serpentine and slinky coils, water and boreholes) and discuss whether the new government grants for 2022 will be sufficient to cover installation costs. We also talk about whether heating and the transition away from fossil fuel boilers is generally being accepted by the general public in the UK .