Dr Matthew TrewhellaSummary: On the future of the gas network and the National Grid

In this interview with a first class Renewable Energy Graduate from the University of Exeter, Dr Matthew Trewhella, CEO of the Kensa Group, shares his thoughts on the future of the gas network and explores means to decarbonise the national grid in future heat frameworks, including the role of hybrid heat pumps (a gas boiler coupled with an air source heat pump) compared to ambient shared ground loop arrays and ground source heat pumps.

 

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