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Veolia delivers more power to the Bradford: 50@50 programme

Resource management firm Veolia has increased low carbon generation for the University of Bradford (UoB) by over a third by designing and installing an …

Decarbonising heat the only scalable path to reach zero carbon goals, say conference speakers

Industrial sized district heatpumps which draw warmth from the air, rivers, lakes, the sea and the ground are expected to play a key role in achieving COP21 …

Simple servicing to get your AD site back to its best

Johan Ostlund, director at CooperOstlund, gives five simple servicing tips to breathe new life into your AD plant and improve energy generation performance. …

District heating pipe work has sustainable design rubber stamp

Flexalen 600 pipe work available from Flexenergy, a UK provider of district heating networks, is now Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Silver. This certification …

Thermal maps highlight heat loss from Shropshire homes and businesses

A night time thermal imaging project is helping Shropshire Council improve energy efficiency and affordable warmth levels for residents and businesses across …

Corrugated tube heat exchangers benefit leading dairy

By Matt Hale, International Sales Manager, HRS Heat Exchangers Holmfirth in Yorkshire is probably best known as the location for filming the long running …

Heat-from-sewage first at Borders College

The UK’s first heat-from-sewage scheme was launched at Borders College in the Scottish Borders on 8 December. Backed by investment from Equitix and the UK …

Catapult to deliver UK programme on location-specific heat requirements

The Energy Systems Catapult is taking on delivery of the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) Smart Systems and Heat (SSH) Programme, its first major project. …

Heat conference to explore role of heat in a changing world

The first speakers have been announced for the Heat 2015 conference, taking place in Central London on Wednesday 25 November. Organised by the Association of …

DECC grant for heat networks advocate

EXETER-based renewable energy firm Zero has received a £378,780 development grant from DECC to support its work in promoting the uptake of heat networks in …


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