Accelerating the deployment of domestic heat pumps in the UK

Heat Pump Ready supports the development and deployment of solutions needed to accelerate high density, cost effective installation of domestic heat pumps.

High density deployment projects

Deploying heat pumps at scale in local areas using innovative methodologies to improve the customer journey.

Optimised solutions development projects

Research and development of new tools, technologies and business models to overcome specific barriers to heat pump roll-out.

Heat pumps are a key solution for decarbonising homes and will be critical for meeting the UK’s commitment to achieve Net Zero by 2050.

Heat Pump Ready is funded by the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero as part of their Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP)
It is a £1 billion fund aiming to accelerate the commercialisation of low-carbon technologies, systems and business models in power, buildings, and industry.

Projects

There are 35 projects supported by Heat Pump Ready. Learn more about the companies involved, the challenges they are trying to overcome, the solution they propose, and how they will help reach the target of 600,000 heat pumps installations per year in the UK by 2028.

News and events

Read the latest news about Heat Pump Ready and the projects it supports. Find out which events we will be speaking at.
Futurebuild

Futurebuild

March 5 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm

Futurebuild, Energy stage What are common barriers to heat pump uptake? How can we overcome these? Experts from Heat Pump Ready will present innovations promising to improve fundamental components of

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Futurebuild Future X

March 5 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Future X heat takeover – innovations to decarbonise heat We are partnering with Innovate UK and the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero to take over the Future X

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The Heat Pump Ready programme is funded by the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero as part of the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP). Research, collaboration and knowledge sharing is managed by the Carbon Trust with support from IPSOS and Technopolis.