Legal & General Capital (LGC) has invested a further £8 million in heat pump manufacturer the Kensa Group, to allow it to continue to scale up its ground source heat pump development.
British ground source heat pump manufacturer Kensa Heat Pumps has doubled its production over the last 18 months, as demand for the technology continues to grow.
Environmental levies should be moved off of electricity bills to make sure it's always cheaper to run a heat pump than a boiler according to business and civil society groups.
In July, energy supplier Good Energy launched the UK’s first ever heat pump tariff, raising a question about what will drive the adoption of the technology going forwards?
The Oxford Energy Superhub has hit another milestone with the installation of heat pumps now underway.
Kensa Contracting's managing director Matthew Trewhella talked to Current± about the challenges of cheap gas, the need to work together with other energy technologies and the significance of L&G investing.
The first electric vehicles (EV) for the Oxford Energy Superhub have arrived, marking an important milestone for the "pioneering" project.