Kensa Heat Pumps has won £92K of Government funding to develop an online dashboard using AI to monitor single or multiple ground source heat pumps, allowing for remote commissioning and predictive maintenance to reduce installation and ownership costs and keep systems running efficiently.



The 19-month project, worth £263K is part-funded by Department for Energy Security & Net Zero through their Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP). Kensa, the UK’s leading ground source heat pump specialist, is one of thirty-seven British companies to get a share of a £19 million Energy Entrepreneurs Fund: phase 9.

Kensa’s new project – PREDICT (Predictive Remote Engineering Diagnostics Integrated Communication Tool) – will develop a user-friendly dashboard that processes and interprets heat pump operating data, allowing end users, installers and landlords to remotely manage the health of their heat pumps.



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