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DECC announces £6m funding for local authority heat networks

Many university campuses, new mixed commercial and residential developments and high rise flats already draw their heat from systems in which heat is generated off-site by renewable or recovered sources such as waste heat from industry, energy from waste plants and ...

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New Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park HQ for FM and energy specialist

Energy specialist Cofely has opened its new UK headquarters in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – making it the first business to establish a presence at the former Olympic site. The newly refurbished office spaces are located in the ‘Retained Building’ ...

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London’s district heating schemes mapped out in new guide

A new set of guidelines has been published by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, to support the delivery of decentralised energy schemes in the capital. The ‘District Heating Manual for London‘ provides practical guidance for developers, network designers and ...

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Leicester facilities plug into city-wide district energy scheme

Leicester City has bought into a ground-breaking, new £15 million District Energy scheme that will enable 3,000 homes, as well as council-owned and other buildings in Leicester, to use environmentally friendly energy. The Leicester District Energy Scheme is a 25-year ...

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Warm welcome for district heating investment for Scottish properties

Cheaper fuel bills could be on the way for Scottish tenants, public buildings and local businesses thanks to greener heating systems being backed by the Scottish Government. First Minister Alex Salmond has announced £2.67 million investment in three demonstration “district ...

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