Legal & General snaps up stake in ground source heat pump firm Kensa Group

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A borehole drill rig for a ground source heat pump | Credit: L&G
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A borehole drill rig for a ground source heat pump | Credit: L&G

Financial giant acquires 36 per cent share in one of UK's largest green heating developers

Legal & General (L&G) has snapped up a 36 per cent stake in one of the UK's leading ground source heat pump developers Kensa Group for an undisclosed fee, as the multinational financial giant continues...

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