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Ground Source Heat Pumps and Shared Ground Loop Arrays

This presentation will introduce the concept of shared ground loop GSHP systems where one common ground array acts as the heat source to multiple properties, each with their own individual GSHP.

This system will be compared against traditional district heating systems and the benefits for householders, developers, social landlords and the environment will be discussed. Reference will also be made to Government policy and financial incentives that are helping to drive the interest in shared ground loop arrays, often referred to as ambient temperature loops. Case studies for both new build and retrofit projects will be presented along with some of the innovations that can expect to be seen in the near future

About the speaker - Stuart has over 20 years’ experience of studying and working in the field of renewable energy. Following his Ph.D., he worked as a consultant engineer before becoming operational manager at a renewable energy installation company and then product manager at a global heat pump manufacturer. Stuart joined Kensa in 2015 as Technical Sales Manager, focusing on shared ground loop GSHP systems within the residential sector. He is now Director of Sales (South East).

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Event Date 24-03-2021 6:00 pm
Event End Date 24-03-2021 7:00 pm
Available place 75
Individual Price Free
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