Housing Associations were given the cold, hard facts about excess winter deaths at a recent event hosted by Trent & Dove Housing and Kensa Heat Pumps, where it was announced that every winter around 30,000 deaths occur in the UK due to tenants being too poor to heat their homes.
11th June 2015, Pirelli Stadium, Burton Upon Trent
Trent & Dove Housing and Kensa Heat Pumps will be taking housing associations on a journey to combat fuel poverty with heating system upgrades at a one-off event at the Pirelli Stadium on the 11th June 2015. Read more
Featuring Kensa Heat Pumps & My Green Heating
14th May 2015, Exeter
The Carbon Savings Alliance (CSA) will be hosting a one-off Technical Workshop on RHI funded heat pump solutions in association with Kensa Heat Pumps and My Green Heating on the 14th May 2015, in Exeter. Read more
Cornish manufacturer Kensa Heat Pumps and Westward Housing Group have won South West Regional Project of the Year for their innovative heating upgrade scheme in Holsworthy, Devon.
The project was recognised at the Regional Green Deal & ECO Awards in Exeter alongside tough competition included entries from British Gas and City Energy South Wales. Read more
500 vulnerable homes across the UK are to be the recipients of the UK’s first fully funded ground source heat pump offer.
The free heat pump offer is aimed at housing associations and is provided by Kensa Heat Pumps, the UK’s specialist ground source heat pump manufacturer. Kensa claim the ‘Free the Heat’ offer will help to protect the most vulnerable from fuel poverty with total expected energy savings upwards of £200,000 per annum. Read more
EDF Energy has signed an agreement with UK-based ground source heat pump manufacturer and installer Kensa Heat Pumps to fund vital energy saving measures for social housing providers and their residents.
The industry first commitment sees a unique partnership that will provide funding support to housing associations and other registered social landlords across the UK to improve heating systems in existing homes, lower tenant energy costs and reduce carbon emissions in rural homes, away from the gas grid.
A major programme of investment in renewable energy by Westward Housing has resulted in a first for social housing thanks to a pioneering system devised by heating firm Kensa Heat Pumps. Read more
Kensa Heat Pumps has successfully completed a substantial programme of renewable heating upgrades in partnership with four social housing providers using the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) funding stream and Domestic RHI, resulting in tenant running costs being halved. Read more
Rural installers across the country are being converted to ground source thanks to Kensa Heat Pumps completing their 2014 national installer roadshow, which saw them engage with over 250 MCS and Oftec installers over an 18 date UK tour.