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Majority of Ireland’s heat demand could be covered by district heating networks – study

The Engineers Journal has released a study into Ireland's heating sector, and has found that up to 57% of the country’s heat demand could be covered by district heating networks if the necessary government regulations were in place.

Metropolitan adopts the district heating and cooling networks for Farringdon development

Metropolitan announced today that it has been awarded the contract to adopt and operate the district heating and cooling networks which will serve Taylor Wimpey Central London's flagship development, Postmark, in Farringdon. 

Funding boost for Manor Royal heat network

A project to supply low cost, environmentally sustainable heat energy to companies across the Manor Royal Business District has received a major funding boost.

SSE Enterprise and Pure World Energy launch cleaner and cheaper power solution

A new form of cleaner and cheaper temporary power, utilising the latest gas microturbine technology from California, is being launched by SSE Enterprise and Pure World Energy.The semi-permanent power solution will help developers cut costs and emissions – thanks to its modular gas micro-turbine technology capable of providing onsite temporary or medium-term power that is ultra-low in NOx (Nitrogen oxides) and Sox (Sulphur oxides) emissions – especially compared with diesel generation.

DHG Hydro Agrees to Power Purchase Agreement for Langwell Hydro Plant

Energy tech company, Limejump, has added another major renewable asset to its pioneering Virtual Power Platform (VPP) by signing a Power Purchase Agreement with DHG Hydro Ltd (DHG) / Canaird River Company Limited. 

Phase two of Leeds PIPES district heating network set to get the go ahead

The Leeds PIPES district heating network (DHN) could be rolled out across the city centre sooner than expected thanks to the opportunity to coordinate with transport and road network proposals for the Headrow.

Adur & Worthing Councils welcome huge investment in renewable energy schemes

West Sussex County Council this week announced it had secured the cash for a three-year pilot project that will help to shape the way that energy is generated, stored and supplied to homes and businesses in the UK.

West Sussex County Council commits to do more to tackle climate change

A pledge to work towards making West Sussex County Council carbon neutral and the prioritisation of a campaign to encourage residents and businesses to do more to help tackle climate change were just two of the environmental commitments made at a meeting in Chichester on Friday 5 April.

Bristol Council progresses City Leap initiative

Bristol City Council’s Cabinet backed a move to proceed with finding private sector partners to work with on the city’s future energy projects as part of the £1bn City Leap initiative.

Bristol Council progresses City Leap initiative

Bristol City Council’s Cabinet backed a move to proceed with finding private sector partners to work with on the city’s future energy projects as part of the £1bn City Leap initiative.

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