Ground Source Heat Pump Association finds its own feet

The Ground Source Heat Pump Association has become a standalone association after 10 years growing and developing under the wing of the National Energy Foundation (NEF). The move to independence comes at a time when the ground-source-heat-pump industry has developed sufficiently to make use of the GSHPA and its standalone trade body.

Simon Lomax, managing director of Kensa Heat Pumps, is chairman of GSHPA and said, ‘The National Energy Foundation has provided a first-class service over the past decade, offering both financial support and expert guidance, which has meant the association has been able to strengthen its offer to members and wider stakeholders.

‘At this key point, with the emergence of the Renewable Heat Incentive expected to stimulate demand for the technology, the GSHPA is well prepared for its new life as a standalone trade association.’

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