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Kensa Engineering Ltd

Tolvaddon Energy Park Cornwall


Tolvaddon Energy Park is the most environmentally advanced business park in
Cornwall. Development was funded through a £4 million investment from the
South West Regional Development agency and the Objective One European
Funding Programme. The project is a flagship commercial development heralding the very best environment friendly and sustainable construction techniques for modern buildings.

Each of the 19 individual units, ranging from 750sq ft to 5,000sq ft, have been specifically designed to minimise energy use and deliver high quality working environments for tenants and their staff. Kensa supplied the complete geothermal heating system through individual heat pumps, ranging from 4kW to 24kW for each of the 19 units.

The Kensa range was chosen specifically for its energy efficiency, ease of installation and because it is the only range in Europe which could effectively meet the needs of each unit within the whole business park. The compact heat pumps are connected to over forty 70m vertical ground arrays installed by Carnon Contracting.

For further information, please download the attached PDF document or make an enquiry.


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