Michael Holder, Business Green
August 3, 2017
The University of Northampton has officially opened a £6.5m Biomass Energy Centre that will help deliver heat and hot water via a district heating network at its Waterside campus.
The project saw the institution work with energy specialists Vital Energi and construction consultants Mace to deliver the 1MW biomass plant, following the completion of the 1.6km district heating network that will provide heat and hot water to 16 buildings around the 58-acre city centre campus.
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