A pioneering water source heat pump project to deliver district heating will be showcased at the All Energy 2019 exhibition and conference in Glasgow.
Star Renewable Energy is again exhibiting at the event, this year along with Vital Energi and West Dunbartonshire Council, its partners in the scheme which forms part of the regeneration of Queens Quay in Clydebank. For the first time in Scotland, water source heat pumps will take heat from a river to provide hot water and heating to a large development as part of a district heating system. The low carbon energy project delivered by Vital Energi is scheduled to be deployed in September.
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Star Renewable Energy has been confirmed for this year’s All Energy event and dubbed as the “most eye-catching of exhibits” by event organisers.
The invitation follows the launch of its pioneering industrial air source heat pump, an innovation that emerged from the joint partnership of forward-thinking GHA, WSP Parsons Brinkerhoff, Scottish Gas and Star Refrigeration’s renewable arm.
The ASHRAE UK Midlands Section in association with the IOR, CIBSE West Midlands, BSRA, and the BEI (Birmingham Energy Institute) is holding an evening technical meeting titled "Low carbon district heating" by Dr Andy Pearson, who recently became a Fellow member of ASHRAE.
There has been a rapid and remarkable increase in discussion of industrial-sized heat pump systems for district heating in the UK over the last three years. Heat networks are not a new idea but they have traditionally been seen as a very “un-British” way of delivering domestic heating.
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