Low carbon energy systems explained in animation

Presenting Kensa’s vision for a low carbon integrated energy system in an urban community.

This animation showcases how the ground beneath our feet can transform how we heat and power our homes and businesses, and provide a ‘ready-to-go’ solution for reducing emissions and tackling the climate crisis.
Discover how an integrated approach using readily available and highly efficient clean energy technology can deliver community-wide sustainable heating and cooling. Networked ground source heat pumps are proven to be the lowest cost low carbon alternative to mains gas.

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