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KIWA certification for our heat pump

Cooll’s thermally driven heat pump containing our patented adsorption technology has been awarded the KIWA EU Type Examination certificate. This means our technology has been independently reviewed and approved on a wide range of safety aspects.

KIWA EU Type Examination certificate

Cooll heat pump soon suitable for 100% hydrogen

Cooll is currently working hard on the development of its 100% hydrogen heat pump. Currently, two of our heat pumps are already operating successfully on a mix of hydrogen and natural gas in the unique GROHW project in Deventer (Netherlands).

GROHW and Cooll hydrogen Deventer

A sustainable future for monumental houses

Cooll is demonstrating its thermally driven heat pump technology in a monumental house from 1910 in the center of Enschede (The Netherlands). It can efficiently be heated, even while it requires high heating temperatures.

Cooll heat pump in monumental house in Deventer

Dutch government boosts Coolls ambitions

On Tuesday 17 May, the Dutch government announced that from 2026, when central heating systems must be replaced, people will have to switch to a more sustainable alternative.

We believe this is good news for the energy transition because it is a short-term call for action.

‘One in five homeowners cannot afford sustainability’

Cooll: 'Everyone should be able to participate in making their home more sustainable'

One in five homeowners cannot afford to make their home more sustainable. This is evident from a detailed analysis by the DNB published this week. Various news sources such as Dagblad Trouw report that the group of homeowners with a relatively low income and who live in poorly insulated houses are hit hardest by the high energy prices.