Innovation In The Decarbonisation Of Heat
17th Sep 2019 | Bristol City Centre
09.30 – 12.30
Part of the Future Economy Network’s Festival of Sustainable Business, Kensa Contracting is proud to present a seminar exploring ‘What is the future of heating beyond the gas grid?’.
Joined by representatives from Willmott Dixon, Bristol City Council and Pivot Power, this enlightening workshop explores the theory and practice of the electrification of heat with sustainable district ground source heat pumps, and the emerging role of smart technology to deliver powerful energy systems that are fit and ready for a low carbon future.
Paul Barker, Energy Infrastructure Manager, The Energy Service – Bristol City Council: Sustainability Strategy for Bristol and the Challenges of Decarbonisation
David Broom, Commercial Director, Kensa Contracting: Ambient Shared Ground Loop Array Heat Networks Using Distributed Heat Pumps
Redefining traditional heat networks, David will explore the opportunities for the mass electrification and decarbonisation of heat in new build and retrofit homes with individual ground source heat pumps connected to shared ground loop arrays, rivalling and replacing the gas grid.
Alasdair Donn, Principal Sustainable Development Manager, Group Sustainability, Willmott Dixon: Ashton Rise Case Study: Delivering Renewable Heat in Bristol
Alasdair will be providing a contractors view on the delivery of GSHP installations in the context of a case study of the 133 home development at Ashton Rise, where the client is Bristol City Council.
Edward Sargent, Director of Business Development, Pivot Power: Heat Pumps, Battery Storage & Grid Balancing: Vision of Aggregated Energy Supply Market
Following a £10M innovate project, what is the new normal in utility integration? Edward will talk about the ESO Oxford project and how Pivot are looking to link 50MW batteries, the national grid network, high power EV charging and heat pumps for homes.