A RENEWABLE energy company has installed its 100th heat pump as the business continues to grow.

Revolution Power has installed a heat pump at Sedgefield police station, County Durham, which is the 100th the company has installed since it opened in 2006.

The 100 heat pumps installed by the Newton Aycliffebased business have a total capacity of 1.1 megawatts and will save more than 54 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.

Wayne Richardson, managing director of Revolution Power, said he is looking to install another 100 pumps within the next year.

He said: “I am delighted to achieve this landmark and am very proud of my team and all the hard work they have put in since we established.

“It has been a tough couple of years, however we are in a much stronger position going into the new year than we were last year. With our continued growth, I’m aiming to be at 200 by this time next year.”