Kensa’s Shared Ground Loop Array design attracts a number of grants and incentives to lessen capital investment, appeal to external investors via Kensa utilities to deliver zero-cost infrastructure, and lower development costs by reducing compliance costs and reducing carbon offset fund payments.
Grants & Subsidies
Government is motivated to encourage the wide scale adoption of ground source heat pumps. Discover the grants and subsidies available to you including the Renewable Heat Incentive, the Energy Company Obligation, Warm Homes Fund & Cleaner Heat Cashback.Read more
Carbon Offset Funds & SAP
The cost to comply with emissions reduction targets is increasing for developers who traditionally specify gas, in particular gas CHP, and decreasing for those specifying Kensa shared ground loop array ground source heat pumps.
Owing to GSHPs efficiencies, by more than halving the CO2 emission factors for electricity in the proposed SAP10, the carbon saving for ground source compared to a gas combi boiler will be 70.9%.
For developers who are charged with offsetting excess carbon from new developments via carbon offset funds, this means a best practice development of 300 properties featuring 10% fabric efficiencies plus 25% additional energy efficiency measures, alongside a GSHP, would result in a carbon offset price of £871. Compare this to a gas combi boiler where the carbon offset price would be £2,992, equating to a carbon offset funds saving of £636,300.Read more
Kensa’s Ambient Shared Ground Loop Arrays (SGLAs) are an award-winning and pioneering approach to Fifth Generation District Heating and Cooling (5GDHC). The unique SGLA design allows property owners and developers of two or more dwellings to realise the full potential of ground source heat pumps whilst achieving easier and cheaper carbon compliance, and qualifying for…