An £8.5m investment has seen Kensa Heat Pumps appointed as the preferred ground source heat pump (GSHP) supplier to Together Energy.
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Together Housing and Kensa have completed an innovative heating programme to replace old storage heaters in two blocks of flats in Elland with new Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps, providing cheaper and more efficient heating for residents.
Ground source review: South Western Housing Society, Tuckers Close. An off-gas grid new build development of 12 affordable homes featuring individual Kensa Shoebox heat pumps connected to Shared Ground Loop Arrays.
A development of 12 affordable homes in a quiet Somerset village was the recent focus for a large opening celebration, in honour of its efforts to sustainably connect the community to lower cost housing and energy.
Is this the end of air source and gas in new builds? The Kensa Group has launched a funding and delivery package for new build properties that challenges the status-quo and paves the way for widespread deployment of ground source heat pumps in new build housing.
Ground source review: Brick Cottage. Howard Smith, owner of Smith Builders Ltd, installed a 13kW Kensa Evo ground source heat pump into his dream self-build family home.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is often called the silent killer, as it is colourless, tasteless and odourless. At its highest concentration, it can be fatal, killing people in minutes. More commonly, those exposed to low levels experience flu-like symptoms like headaches, dizziness, tiredness, confusion and difficulty breathing, and/or side-effects akin to food-poisoning, such as nausea, vomiting…
Kensa went on site with long-standing Partner Installer, Edward Savage of EPS Plumbing, Heating & Green Energy, to demonstrate the key points of an installation of a Kensa Evo ground source heat pump in a complete barn renovation in West Cornwall. Ed has undertaken all of the plumbing and heating throughout the build in addition…
This video explores how “Shared Ground Loop Arrays” with ground source heat pumps can avoid the common overheating problems associated with district heating losses, and also provide passive cooling for free.