Low Carbon Energy Systems: Kensa’s Vision

The electrification of heating is the main route to achieving net-zero carbon. This video explores Kensa’s efficient and cost-effective vision for large-scale renewable heating and cooling with low carbon energy systems – offering a solution to reducing carbon emissions, combatting air pollution, and tackling climate change.

Discover how ground source heat pumps can form an integral part of low carbon energy systems – connecting buildings and communities – thanks to an innovative design featuring ambient temperature loops linked to shared ground arrays. Also, find out the role of hydrogen could play in our vision.

Want to learn more? See a real-life low carbon energy superhub in the making, featuring a virtual site tour.

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