Kensa heat pumps are a market leader in the industry, becoming a major UK supplier of renewable technology. The company was founded in 1999 by Richard Freeborn but nearly 15 years ago they were ahead of their time as little people were aware of renewables.
Their early efforts to push heat pumps as a viable home investment were not promising, as the technology was both expensive and difficult to install. This was particularly the case with British homes. To counter this, Kensa converted from importing heat pumps to becoming a manufacturer.
This proved very successful for the company and they quickly became a leading heat pump manufacturer. They now deal primarily with ground source pumps, from their base in Truro and offer the UK’s widest range of MCS accredited technologies. Kensa heat pumps provide industry-leading design and technical support through its commercial team and have established a unique e-learning training programme.
To showcase their success, Kensa heat pumps have received a number of awards over the years for their technology.
And the company has a continued presence in the heat pumps industry as a whole. Kensa heat pumps Managing Director, Simon Lomax, is the Chairman of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association. And on top of this there are representatives on the Micropower Council and the MCS Heat Pump Technical Working Group.
Kensa heat pumps are highly efficient models providing space and hot water heating. Heat pumps are rising in popularity in the UK, as a viable way to avoid the expensive National Grid energy rates and instead providing the chance to produce your own clean energy.
Facts & Figures You’ll Love To Share
- A heat pump is capable of generating enough heat to reduce your annual energy bills by up to £650.
- The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive will pay out hundreds of pounds a year for the renewable heat produced.
- Cash grants of up to £2,000 are available to help fund the purchase of heat pumps.
- As gas and electricity prices continue to rise, heat pumps will provide greater savings for the years to come.
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