Case Study: Shropshire Rural Housing Association

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Shropshire Rural Housing Association’s latest ground source heat project features eight new build semi-detached houses and detached bungalows adjacent to a cluster of eight retrofit properties which had Kensa ground source heat pump’s installed just 15 months ago.

Each new build home contains an individual 6kW Kensa Shoebox heat pump fed via a communal borehole array.

This system architecture means the installations are eligible for generous subsidies through the Non Domestic RHI.

Find out more about this project here.

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