Ground source heat pumps are the most energy-efficient heating technology available, so only a small proportion of the power needed to run the heat pump will be affected by rising energy costs – the rest of the energy comes from the ground.
Kensa’s ground source heat pumps bring social housing communities together to help eradicate fuel poverty & reduce heating bills. Using cost-effective Shared Ground Loop Arrays, housing associations can reduce carbon emissions on a huge scale.
A ground source heat pump is the perfect heating solution for luxury new-build homes. A highly efficient Kensa ground source heat pump can fit discreetly inside a property to provide 100% of all heating and hot water needs, plus cooling capabilities.
Swimming pools, hot tubs, boat sheds, boats, water parks: you name it, we've fitted it! Ground source heat pumps offer an energy-efficient solution to heating & cooling water sources, as well as using water sources to heat & cool buildings.
The efficient Evo series features 7kW, 9kW, 13kW & 15kW single phase models, & a 15kW three phase model. The elegant, simple-to-install, & ErP A+++ rated Evo series offers a 15% gain in efficiency & low noise outputs, perfect for medium to large homes.
The Shoebox NX is a compact powerhouse with A+++ efficiency, quiet operation, and a 25+ year lifespan. Engineered to exceed compliance needs, the Shoebox NX is ideal for all property types, including complex-to-decarbonise flats and terraces.
Kensa Heat Pumps is the UK’s number one ground source heat pump brand. We offer ground source heat pump training for trainers in training centres, sharing our extensive knowledge of ground source heat pump fundamentals and best practices with your trainers and students.
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme is a government-proposed scheme to deliver grants of up to £7,500 towards heat pump installations in UK households. The scheme, which was known as the Clean Heat Grant, is intended to replace the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) from April 2022 to 2028.
Through this scheme, an investor funds the network – known as Shared Ground Loop Arrays – to cover the most expensive aspect of the project. In return, the investor can charge connection fees if they wish.
The Non-Domestic RHI scheme has now closed – please bear with us as we remove mentions of this expired funding stream across the website. In the meantime, visit this page to explore other funding options or contact us directly to talk about your project.
Summary: Ground source review: Enfield, Kensa Contracting & ENGIE Kensa Contracting with ENGIE replaced electric underfloor heating with Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps in 400 flats in the London Borough of Enfield. District Heating Project of the Year, 25th annual H&V News Awards 2019 Best Tall Building Retrofit or Refurbished Project, Tall Buildings Conference…
Summary: Ground source review: Together Housing, Elland, Halifax Kensa Contracting and the Together Housing Group replaced storage heaters with Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps in two tower blocks comprising of 60 flats in Elland, Halifax. READ IN FULL AT KENSACONTRACTING.COM