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The air pollution effects of UK grid electricity is also reducing due to the decommissioning of coal- fired power and the increasing role of renewables in


Also it is worth r the UK energy mix.


emembering that the efficiency of


ground source heat pump systems is high – with the heat pumps producing three to four units of heat for each unit of electricity they consume.


Simon Lomax, managing firector of Kensa Heat Pumps comments: “Thankfully, Government is starting to show interest in air quality issues linked to heating systems: the recent Clear Air Strategy consultation poses the question as to whether biomass installations in urban locations should even be eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive. As an alternativ ,e ground source heat pumps are the perfect solution f or cities.”


Fuelling the change


The ‘Cleaner Heat Cashback’ scheme, which offers small businesses in the capital up to 35% cashback when they switch their gas, oil, LPG or old biomass system to renewable heating systems, such as ground source heat pumps (GSHPs), supports London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s ambition to have a zero carbon capital city by 2050.


Biomass fuels produce more air pollutants compared to other renewable technologies, therefore the scheme does not support the installation of new biomass boilers.


Businesses located in London’s Air Quality Focus


Heat pumps


Areas will be able to claim an additional 5% cashback. With Kensa’s shared ground loop system


architecture there is also the potential to co-fund ground source heat pump projects with Cleaner Heat Cashback and the Government’s Non Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, provided the grant funded elements are limited to non-RHI parts of the work.


Ground source heat pumps could reduce the NOx emissions in London alone by over 400,000 tonnes per annum


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