Local Focus National Impact 5 June 2018 Reed Hall, University of Exeter Kensa is joining Low Carbon Homes as a Knowledge Partner at this pioneering free to attend event in the South West for specifiers, influencers, installers, engineers and housing professionals. The Low Carbon Forum will deliver a fast-paced, content-rich programme covering global issues…
In this blog, first published in Installer magazine (February 2018), Guy Cashmore, Technical Director at Kensa Heat Pumps, explores the future of energy self-sufficiency, focusing on the current market for ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) and complimentary technological advancements to help deliver energy self sufficient homes.
Ground Source Heat Pump review: Cock Robin Farm In this heat pump case study, Bob Pybus chose a Kensa 9kW Evo to provide heating and hot water to the five bedroom family home he was building on the site of a former farm in the scenic Cotswold countryside.
We have launched a programme of free monthly training days, delivered in a specially created ground source heat pump training facility in Exeter College.
A new suite of online resources to help customers identify the best configuration of ground source technology, and analyse the associated costs and savings, has been launched by UK manufacturer Kensa Heat Pumps.
Case study: Shropshire Rural Housing, Llanymynech A rural new build development straddling England and Wales is the fourth project by Shropshire Rural Housing Association to feature ground source heat pumps, delivering on its commitment to provide affordable warmth to its 300-strong housing stock.
The future of the built environment 21-22 June 2018 Business Design Centre London Vision 2018 is the event for architects, designers, speciﬁers, technologists and their clients, celebrating design, specification and product innovation in creating smarter buildings and better places. For the first time, Kensa will be exhibiting and speaking at Vision, sharing our vision for…
A new animation produced by Kensa Heat Pumps aims to educate the owners and developers of the tens of thousands of high rise flats in the UK to the solution posed by retrofitting district ground source heat pumps.
This Kensa commissioned motion graphic depicts the key stages for the installation of Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps into individual flats in tower blocks, connected to shared ground loop boreholes. For more information on this application click here.
Download a short guide to ground source heat pumps for purchasers of new build developments, including benefits and costed examples.