Shared ground array ground source solutions for self builders

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Ground source heat pumps don’t have to follow the traditional ‘one heat pump, one ground array’ route. If you have two or more domestic properties on one site, linking them together with shared ground loop arrays can unlock lucrative funding from the Non Domestic RHI.

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