Summary:

  • Investment has seen Together Energy, part of the Together Housing Group, appoint Kensa Heat Pumps as their preferred ground source heat pump (GSHP) supplier.
  • Kensa ground source heat pumps to replace night storage heaters in 709 of Together Housing’s properties.
  • Announcement made during the first ever Green GB Week.
  • Claire Perry, Minister for Energy and Clean Growth praised Kensa and Together for the investment’s contribution to tackling climate change.

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Together Energy’s Managing Director, Patrick Berry, says:

The GSHP investment forms part of a strategic energy plan that seeks to improve affordability of stock for tenants, reduce carbon and take advantage of existing incentives and emerging energy markets.

The investment follows a successful Kensa and Together Housing pilot in Halifax, upgrading the heating in 60 flats over two tower blocks.

Simon Lomax, Managing Director of the Kensa Group says:

We are delighted to remain involved with Together Housing’s programme and look forward to providing low cost and low carbon heating to many more residents. Kensa has unrivalled experience delivering major programmes and can offer a compelling package which is financially supported via both the Renewable Heat Incentive and Energy Company Obligation.

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