Kensa TEDx Talk: Engineering a Solution to Climate Change & Fuel Poverty with Ground Source Heat Pumps

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Kensa’s Director of Business Development, Karl Drage, joined the global Ted community with a recent presentation at Leamington Spa College. The TEDx talk’s aim was to encourage more consumers to adopt ground source heat pumps, and influence government policy to deliver a future of sustainable, low carbon heating infrastructure in place of fossil fuels.

During his talk, Karl delivered hard-hitting truths about the current climate crisis and the stark effects of fuel poverty before offering a viable and tangible solution to these issues in the form of heat pumps.

Karl says:

We are experiencing a disruptive change in the heating industry. Just like we have seen Uber change the way we hire Taxis, over the next few years Heat Pumps will completely change the way we heat our homes.

 

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