As part of an extensive energy-saving overhaul delivered by Kensa Contracting, Richmond Hill Primary Academy, part of the Roselearning Trust, in Doncaster, is having a low carbon ground source heat pump system installed, allowing the school to focus on teaching without having to worry about heating.

For many years, the large primary school lacked properly functioning central heating, with some children having lessons in temporary classrooms with interim gas heaters. These systems were costing the school lots to run, emitting lots of carbon dioxide, and were ultimately ‘stop-gap’ measures for the real problem of the redundant gas central heating system and poor insulation in the main building.


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