• Exploring ground array options for ground source heat pump developments with limited land.
  • Sizing and heat loss calculations are critical.
  • Invest in fabric efficiencies to minimise the heat load.
  • More efficient heat pumps require slightly more ground array.
  • Shared ground loop arrays for clusters of properties benefit from a degree of diversification so the ground array can be reduced.
  • Case study: Fire stations use small forecourt for ground array.

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In this blog, first published in Installer magazine July/Aug issue 2017, Guy Cashmore, Technical Director at Kensa Heat Pumps, explains how best to install a ground source heat pump when you have a plot with a limited land area.


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