Ground source heat pump costs

How much does a ground source heat pump cost?

To help you understand how much it costs to install a ground source heat pump, and what RHI payments you could receive, Kensa has put together the following examples.

You can also use this resource to identify the best ground source heat pump system architecture for your project, whether it features one building or multiple buildings, and is used for domestic or commercial purposes, or both.

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One Building

A system linking one property to a single Kensa ground source heat pump on one ground array will be eligible for a guaranteed 7 year income through the Government’s Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). See how much this ground source heat pump system costs.

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Multiple Buildings

Where there are multiple buildings on one site or multiple customers in one building all requiring heating and hot water, a Shared Ground Loop Array can be utilised to provide a low cost and ultra-efficient heating solution. See how much this ground source heat pump system costs.

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Centralised System

For commercial premises with a high demand for heating and hot water, an effective solution can be to link a number of ground source heat pumps together in a ‘cascaded system architecture’ fed by a central ground array. See how much this ground source heat pump system costs.

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Which RHI is right for me?

The Government's Renewable Heat Incentive RHI scheme rewards you for the renewable heat your ground source heat pump produces.

If you're looking for advice on the RHI eligibility of your project, take a look at our helpful guide on 'Which RHI is right for me?'.

 

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