Thank you to those who attended the webinar, we hope you enjoyed it.
In 2015, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) recommended 2.3 million as the minimum uptake of heat pumps needed by 2030. We now have a more ambitious, net zero target and a clearer understanding that (however we decarbonise heating), heat pumps (wholly electric or combined with a low carbon gas boiler) will be a large part of the solution particularly for social housing. " Low Carbon Heat in Social Housing has the ability to provide many social, economic and environmental benefits for both tenants and landlords. One of the most beneficial methods of providing low carbon heat is through Shared Ground Loop Array Heating Systems. Many of these systems have been installed in large numbers in social housing stock across the UK reporting low operational requirements, low running costs for tenants and significant carbon savings.
This webinar provided information on how these systems work and present a number of case studies from across the UK.
The webinar recording is below: