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Attleborough-based Finn Geotherm shortlisted for four industry awards

The team at Finn Geotherm in Attleborough, which has been shortlisted in four categories at the National ACR and Heat Pump Awards. Picture: Four/Finn Geotherm

The team at Finn Geotherm in Attleborough, which has been shortlisted in four categories at the National ACR and Heat Pump Awards. Picture: Four/Finn Geotherm

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A renewable heating company in Attleborough has proved itself to be hot property after being shortlisted for four industry awards.

Finn Geotherm has been nominated in four categories at the National ACR and Heat Pump Awards, which celebrate innovations and environmental successes in the air conditioning and refrigeration and heat pump industries.

The firm has been shortlisted for heat pump installer of the year, domestic ground source project (for the East of England’s first installation of a communal ground source heat pump for domestic use, at a Flagship Housing development in Watton), non-domestic ground source project (for the same development) and domestic air source project (for a domestic heat pump system installed in south Norfolk).

Winners of the awards will be announced on January 18, 2018 at a black tie event in Liverpool.

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