Future Economy Network Decentralised Energy Systems
23rd Jan 2020 | Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, 2 Lower Castle Street, Bristol, BS1 3AD (View Map)
18:00 – 20:30pm
Decentralised Energy Systems
Decentralised energy is not yet a widely understood term, but could pave the way for a productive, sustainable future. Join us for an exciting evening panel discussion with four expert speakers on Decentralised Energy Systems.
Kensa Contracting is Sponsoring this event. Kensa Contracting will be joined by Bevan Brittan and Clean Energy Prospector to speak at this event. The event is hosted at the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, on behalf of Bevan Brittan.
David Broom, Commercial Director at Kensa Contracting, will discuss Community Heating and Cooling with Shared Ground Loop Heat Pumps. David will discuss how heat networks and sustainability is the core of what Kensa Contracting do. David will be talking about how they use Shared Ground Loop ground source heat pumps as an alternative to traditional heat networks, and how their innovative system architecture removes all of the issues experienced with a central plant alternative. Providing the best possible outcomes for the resident and the building owner. David will also run through a couple of case studies of schemes they have delivered.
Kensa Contracting’s David Broom will be presenting @ Future Economy network Decentralised Energy Systems
Get To Know Our Speakers!
David Broom, Commercial Director, Kensa
David has 13 years of experience working with the design and application of ground source heat pumps. David joined Kensa in 2008 and works on large complex commercial applications of ground source heat pump projects. In his time with the company he has played a key role in establishing shared ground loops as a recognised solution for tackling fuel poverty, carbon reduction, air quality and energy security in both the social housing and new build development sector.
Damon Rand, Founder, Clean Energy Prospector
Damon Rand is the founder of Clean Energy Prospector, a Bristol-based start-up developing community microgrids that integrate solar, heat pumps and storage.
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