Cornish MP, Cherilyn Mackrory, was on hand to see how Truro-based Ground Source Heat Pump manufacturer and contractor, The Kensa Group, is deploying Networked Heat Pumps to provide 140 new homes in Quintrell Downs, Newquay, with low-cost, energy-efficient heating.

The Member of Parliament for Truro and Falmouth joined Kensa CEO, Tamsin Lishman, for a close-up tour and demonstration of the renewable heating system being installed, which will save residents hundreds of pounds in annual heating costs.

Each modern home will have its own Kensa ground source heat pump connected to a Shared Ambient Heat Network, giving residents access to an effective, year-round clean heating system.

This significant project comes as Kensa, Britain’s leader in ground source heat pump technology, plans to deliver 70,000 heat pumps nationwide by 2030, a move that will create over 7,000 green jobs and help bring people out of fuel poverty.

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