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Summary: As a nationwide delivery partner of Kensa’s ground source heat pumps, Kensa Contracting has now expanded into Scotland with the appointment of Matthew Black, a Scottish community heating specialist in Glasgow.



Kensa Contracting are pioneers of ‘shared ground loop arrays’, a form of district heating which provides each home with its own ground source heat pump offering complete control and lower bills. Delivering ultra-efficient and low-carbon heating with no heat losses.


Kensa’s nationwide experience of shared ground loop array deployment will be enhanced by Matthew’s 10 years of delivering community energy schemes to decarbonise Scottish communities.


Matthew comments:

Shared ground loop arrays are the most effective solution for delivering Scotland’s ambitions for the decarbonisation of heat. Together we can make significant progress towards Scotland’s 2045 net-zero carbon target and beyond.


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