The Carbon Savings Alliance (CSA) will be hosting a one-off technical workshop on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) funded heat pump solutions in association with Kensa Heat Pumps and My Green Heating on the 14 May in Exeter.

The event is designed to demonstrate the funding models offered by both Kensa Heat Pumps and My Green Heating. Kensa recently launched the UK’s first fully funded ground source heat pump solution for social housing.

The day includes presentations from the industry’s leading experts on the RHI and heat pumps, including social landlords Teign Housing and Trent & Dove, who have carried out projects using both air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps.

A senior member of the Ofgem RHI team will also be presenting along with attendance from Regen Southwest.

Lord Taylor of Goss Moor, chairman of the National Housing Federation, will provide the keynote speech, with the Carbon Savings Alliance’s David Greensmith acting as MC.

For more information or to book, call Fleur Cook of Glen King PR/Marketing Ltd on 01392 248911 or email