- Kensa Contracting launches new film, ‘Community Heating – How To: District Heating with Ground Source Heat Pumps‘
- Demonstrates the diverse energy sources available for ground source heat pumps to deliver the UK’s low carbon heating ambitions.
The scope for mass deployment of ground source heat pumps has been visualised in a new animation unveiled by Kensa Contracting.
Titled, ‘Community Heating – How To: District Heating with Ground Source Heat Pumps‘, the new film illustrates the multiple energy sources that can be used with Kensa ground source heat pumps to rival and replacing the gas network to help the UK meet its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050.
Kensa Contracting’s Managing Director, Dr. Matthew Trewhella, says:
Our latest film demonstrates the technologies very real and diverse potential which Kensa is already implementing, including utilising heat from flooded mine workings, to ‘micro-district’ shared ground loop arrays for smaller isolated or phased communities, to using energy boosters to harvest waste heat to further enhance the efficiency of ground source heat pumps and provide cooling.