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How to link ground source heat pumps in a cascaded system to satisfy heat demand

Commercial premises typically need large volumes of heating and hot water. Paul Dennison – Sales Manager for Kensa Heat Pumps – explains how linking a number of ground source heat pumps together in a cascaded system architecture can satisfy this high heat demand – and qualify for the Non-Domestic RHI. Many installers will have come […]

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RHI reforms – What they mean for Ground Source Heat Pump installers

The long-awaited reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) regulations have successfully passed through Parliament and came into effect on 22 May 2018. Kensa Heat Pump have summarised what the reforms mean for ground source heat pump installers and system owners. Impacting both the Domestic and Non Domestic RHI schemes, the reforms redress payment eligibility and […]

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Kensa Heat Pumps launches new 17kW model of its Evo ground source heat pumps

Kensa Heat Pumps has added a new 17kW model to its multi award-winning Evo Series of ground source heat pumps. The 17kW Evo is the next step in Kensa’s expansion of the successful product range, which also features 7kW, 9kW and 13kW models. The 17Kw Evo is the highest single phase non-inverter driven ground source […]

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Top tips for installers following changes to MCS

In order to be eligible to claim for quarterly payments from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, ground source heat pump installations must be compliant with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). The MCS is an independent scheme designed to evaluate heat pump systems and installers against robust criteria, providing greater protection for consumers. At the end of […]

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Advice on boreholes and ground array alternatives on space-restricted sites

Installing a ground source heat pump on a site with limited land area brings its own particular challenges. Guy Cashmore offers advice on boreholes and ground array alternatives on space-restricted sites as well as guidance on such installation methods. Ground arrays for ground source heat pumps can take many different forms, but the two most […]

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