Oxford Energy Seminar: The past, present and future of ground source heat pumps
This seminar will be delivered as a webinar through TEAMS. Please go to the web address for booking (below) to receive the TEAMS link. There is no in person attendance for this event because of the University's Covid policy in place in January 2022. The presenter, Matthew Trewhella, will present online..
Matt will give an overview of how a ground source heat pump works and how they have been used in the UK. He will then discuss the cutting edge of how they are being used right now – including the shared ground array approach and the smart controls that are being demonstrated via the Energy Superhub Oxford project. He will then go on to describe Kensa’s vision for the mass decarbonisation of existing properties using the concept of “split ownership”.
Date: 25 January 2022, 17:00 (Tuesday, 2nd week, Hilary 2022)
Venue: TEAMS Webinar
Speaker: Matthew Trewhella (Kensa)
Organising department: Environmental Change Institute
Organiser: Oxford Energy Network
Organiser contact email address: info@energy.ox.ac.uk
Host: Robin Morris (Oxford Energy Convenor)
Part of: Oxford Energy Seminars 2021-2022
Booking required?: Required
Booking url: https://teams.microsoft.com/registration/G96VzPWXk0-0uv5ouFLPkQ,kWS3dGaP40aBD-OyR_mDQQ,NyZTsAIFe0iXVNptW_oCtQ,B_kWTdpjXEqXrdfH9LargA,TQhwNq84qEy6diLLS8axww,Ev2w5UzihUaNNg2WmU9Q3g?mode=read&tenantId=cc
Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Anne Ryan