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Icebar and Penwithick Retrofit Project shortlisted for H&V News Awards.

Daikin, and two of its installer partners have been shortlisted for two awards at the prestigious H&V

News Awards, which this year takes place on 25th April at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

HVAC Project of the Year Award: Renewable Project of the Year:

ICEBAR The Penwithick Retrofit Project

AC Direct Ltd and Daikin UK have been Ocean Services (SW) Ltd and Daikin UK have

shortlisted for the HVAC Project of the Year been shortlisted for the installation of Daikin

Award for the ICEBAR by ICEHOTEL in London. Altherma LT and Monobloc heat pumps in the

village of Penwithick, Cornwall.

At the ICEBAR the walls, bar, tables and even the

cocktail glasses are made from ice. Each autumn, The heat pumps were chosen to provide heating

an interior made of ice is created, which along and hot water for 21 houses as part of Cornwall

with the furniture and glasses, must remain in Council’s Green Deal trial project. Penwithick, a

first class condition for at least 12 months. village to the north of St Austell, is off the gas

network, with varying housing types that are

Daikin’s VRV‑based systems are

categorised as hard‑to‑heat properties.

providing a whole building

solution to not only keep

the ICEBAR cool but also to

provide a wide variety of

climate control needs in other

parts of the bar and restaurant,

including an over‑door air

curtain for the entrance, space

heating and hot water.

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