Summary: Kensa Contracting, the pioneers of innovative large-scale domestic ground source heat pump installations to deliver mass carbon emission reductions, have joined the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) to aid Scotland’s commitment to become a net-zero society by 2045, five years before the rest of the UK.
As new Sector Associates for the SFHA, Kensa Contracting are keen to educate Scotland’s communities understanding of the benefits of ground source heat pumps in offering a long term sustainable solution to the climate emergency and fuel poverty by providing low cost, low carbon warmth.
Kensa Contracting’s Regional Business Manager, Matthew Black comments:
The Climate Emergency is here! The challenge and opportunity for sustainable social housing is exciting and promising. Shared ground loop arrays are the most effective solution for delivering Scotland’s ambitions for the decarbonisation of heat. Along with the right policy changes in Scotland, we can make significant progress towards Scotland’s 2045 net-zero carbon target and beyond.