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Summary: Kensa Group’s CEO, Simon Lomax, welcomes the Government’s response to the recent Part L Future Homes Consultation. The response states that from 2025, no new homes will be built with fossil fuel heating

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  • The response makes clear that Government sees heat pumps as the main low-carbon solution for new-build dwellings under the Future Homes Standard.
  • Kensa has developed some unique solutions for the residential new-build sector, including the ultra-small Shoebox ground source heat pump.
  • Lomax says “a ground source heat pump provides the lowest carbon solution as the technology is far more efficient than an air source heat pump, particularly on the coldest days.

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