Kensa’s Shoebox heat pump series coupled with the innovative micro ground source heat network design introduces a new opportunity for developers looking to develop sustainable new build housing and multi-occupancy dwellings, providing immediate carbon and energy bill savings to purchasers and a long term return for the developer through the Non-Domestic RHI.

The Shoebox: The perfect fit for housing developments

The multi-award winning Shoebox ground source heat pump series offers developers the unique opportunity to introduce non domestic RHI funded ground source heat pumps into new build development from houses to flats and apartments. Extremely quiet and small, the Shoebox is designed to be installed under a kitchen sink or in an airing cupboard underneath the hot water cylinder.

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The smaller 3kW model is ultra-small and ultra-quiet and is designed for apartments and smaller homes up to 75m2.

The larger 6kW model meets higher heat demands typically for larger apartments or medium sized homes.

Both Shoebox models deliver water at up to 65°C.

Creation of new market opportunities

Before the launch of Kensa’s Shoebox heat pump multi-occupancy developments were unable to benefit from ground source technology due to sizing and specification issues.

New build developments were also unable to benefit for the RHI as air source in new build does not qualify for the Government scheme.

Kensa’s Shoebox heat pump series has opened up new market opportunities to extend the application and spread the benefits of ground source heat pumps further than ever before,

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