Ambient Heat Networks with Kensa Shoebox Heat Pumps

Summary: Kensa Contracting’s Managing Director, Dr Matthew Trewhella, explores three key innovations driving smarter energy grid’s to support the large scale electrification of heat to meet the UK’s net-zero carbon target.

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  • The rapid decarbonisation of the electricity grid and the high efficiency of ground source heat pumps means this route to the large scale electrification of heating shows significantly more promise than the decarbonisation of the gas grid.
  • Smart controls, cooling, and PV-T  innovations coupled with ground source heat pumps will enable this rapid transformation to take place.

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