Tower Blocks Timelapse: Shared Ground Loop Array Heat Pumps Start To Finish

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This impressive timelapse from Kensa shows the groundworks from start to finish at England’s largest shared ground loop array ground source heat pump system.

Watch how Kensa Contracting, ENGIE & Enfield Council delivered 400 ground source heat pumps to 8 tower blocks in London connected to Shared Ground Loop Arrays.

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