The Future of HVAC Podcast (Part 1): The challenges facing a heat pump revolution

Kensa joins H&V News on the first of a two-part Future of HVAC podcast series to discuss the current low adoption levels for heat pumps in the UK and how the market must develop up to 2025 and beyond.

This podcast explores:

  • Whether advancements in heat pump technology will mean an end to the dominance of the gas boiler in domestic heating.
  • The government’s proposed Future Homes Standard and the implications for ground source heat pumps.
  • The importance of financial support programmes such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI: this scheme has now closed – please visit this page to explore other funding) for any successful decarbonisation policy.

Listen to part two: Smart heat and the changing role of manufacturers. 

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