Summary: Kensa Group has made it to the 2021 Ashden Awards longlist for a multi-site renewable heating project with Together Housing. As part of the project’s aims to combat fuel poverty and reduce the carbon footprint of the social landlord’s housing stock, more than 1,200 ground source heat pumps were installed in homes across the North of England.
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- Ashden, a UK charity that supports climate solutions to drive the system changes our planet needs, has been hosting the awards for more than two decades – advocating for the most exciting climate innovators.
- Kensa has been longlisted out of the 300 organisations that applied for the Ashden Awards, and is one of 38 to have made it to the longlist.
- Ashden’s CEO, Harriet Lamb, says: “In the year that governments, climate innovators and activists gather at the COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow, these inspiring climate champions demonstrate the many solutions that can be replicated at scale and speed.”