Summary: The first phase in the installation of ground source heat pumps as part of the Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) pilot project is underway with Stonewater Housing.


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  • 60 social housing properties are replacing night storage heaters with ground source heat pumps
  • The retrofit project with Stonewater is the first phase of Kensa Contracting’s aim to pilot the smart technology in homes around Oxford over the next two years under the ESO project.
  • ESO is a world-first project showcasing an integrated approach to decarbonising power, heat and transport across Oxford

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