With air pollution becoming an increasingly concerning problem, especially in UK cities, this video investigates how ground source heat pumps offer an environmentally friendly solution.
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How innovative heating systems can combat climate change & local air pollution In light of Government’s Clean Air Strategy consultation, the city of London’s Cleaner Heat Cashback scheme, and the Royal College of General Practitioners announcing they are to cease investment in the oil and gas sector due to its impact on climate change, air quality, and…
Guy Cashmore, Technical Director for UK manufacturer Kensa Heat Pumps, clarifies what is meant by the term ‘cascaded ground source heat pumps’; and what this type of system architecture can bring to commercial projects with high heat loads.
A Cornwall-based renewable technology manufacturer of ground source heat pumps, Kensa Heat Pumps Ltd, has hosted a visit from the Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth, the Rt. Hon Claire Perry MP, and Conservative MP for Truro and Falmouth, Sarah Newton. Coinciding with the publication of a Government response (19th July 2018) to…
Join Kensa and Together Housing as we take a site tour of our project involving the retrofit of shared ground loop ground source heat pumps into two blocks of 60 flats. Schedule: 10am. Welcome. Tea & coffee. 10.30am. Overview Of District GSHP: Renewable heat as a solution to fuel poverty. 11.30am Walking Site Tour: Towngate…
Ground source review: Silver Spray. Rory Jenkins purchased a cute but old property in picturesque Perranporth and replaced it with a modern home featuring a Kensa 15kW Twin Hybrid ground source heat pump.
In this blog, first published in Installer magazine (Dec 2017), Guy Cashmore, Kensa’s Technical Director explains the challenges and considerations of installing ground source heat pumps in buildings with high heat demands.
If you have two or more domestic properties on one site, linking them together with a district ground source heat pump system can unlock lucrative funding from the Non Domestic RHI.
If your commercial premises has a high demand for heating and hot water exceeding 75kW, an effective solution is to configure Kensa’s ground source heat pumps in a cascaded system.