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Heating Systems

 

Bunhill Community Heat and Power – a case study by Islington Council

Bunhill Heat and PoweCapturer is Islington Council’s ground-breaking, innovative scheme retrofitting district heating in an inner-city environment. It is our first district scale heat network and serves over 850 homes and two leisure centres. The heat network and energy centre were completed in winter 2012 and provide cheaper, greener heat to Islington residents. A short YouTube video is available HERE and more up to date information can be found in the following website LINK

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Kimelford Church – a case study by Historic ScotlandCapture

A trial heating system was installed at Kimelford Church which includes radiant panels and an air source heat pump significantly reducing energy consumption and increasing comfort in the church.

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Plas-Newydd – a case study by the National Trust

CapturePlas Newydd was the first National Trust property to install a marine source heat pump in 2014 and it is one of the largest of its kind in the UK. The project has been ‘a great success and shows that highly designated sites (Grade I listed parkland, Grade I and II* listed buildings, a SAM, SAC, AONB, SSSI) can all have a part to play in delivering a fossil fuel free future.’

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Small Scale Biomass Heating – a report by the Centre for Sustainable Energy

CaptureBiomass heating is a ‘low-carbon’ technology and is both sustainable and renewable. Found out ways in which you can utilise this technology in your homes.

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Uppark House – a case study by the National Trust

CaptureIn 2009  a biomass heating system was installed at Uppark House to provide heat to the east pavilion and main house.  At the start of the 2012 alone, Uppark passed the 600mWh mark for heat generated which will have saved a huge amount of CO2. Taking oil off the site has also lowered the pollution risk considerably.

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