Fri 1st – Sun 3rd November 2019 | Harrogate Convention Centre Fri & Sat 9.00 – 17.00 | Sun 9.00 – 16.30
3rd October 2019 | Bloomsbury Hotel, London 9.00 – 16.40
Coastline Housing’s new-build development forming part of an existing fruit farm in Cornwall will soon see more than fruit coming out of the ground, it will also be extracting heat.
Summary: Bristol’s commitment to achieving its carbon neutral pledge by 2030 is being realised with the aid of a sustainable housing development, featuring innovative low-carbon heating from Kensa.
Summary: As a nationwide delivery partner of Kensa’s ground source heat pumps, Kensa Contracting has now expanded into Scotland with the appointment of Matthew Black, a Scottish community heating specialist in Glasgow.
Summary: Following GeoDrilling International’s Blog ‘Staying cool in the heating world’ (June 2019) we interview Dr Matthew Trewhella, Managing Director of Kensa Contracting, who shares his views on the potential of using ground source technology for cooling. We ask: What are the advantages of using ground source heat pumps for cooling? Does…
Kensa Heat Pumps have commenced construction of a new 1000m2 manufacturing and office facility on its current site at the former Mount Wellington Mine in Cornwall.
With UK government making a clear commitment to the rapid decarbonisation of heat with the introduction of a future homes standard mandating the end of fossil-fuel heating systems in all new build homes from 2025, self-builders are in a prime position to lead the way by incorporating eco-friendly building techniques and innovations in renewable technology…
Summary: Celebrating their 20th anniversary, Britain’s ground source heat pump specialists at the Kensa Group, comprised of Kensa Heat Pumps, Kensa Contracting, and Kensa Utilities, have announced a series of promotions.
Summary: In this interview, Dr Matthew Trewhella, Managing Director at Kensa Contracting, shares his thoughts on the role of hybrid heat pumps (a gas boiler coupled with an air source heat pump) compared to ground source heat pumps in future heat frameworks.