Pipes laid for Council's District Heating Network at Queens Quay

By District Energy posted 02-25-2019 16:07

  

Scottish Construction Now

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The first pipes at West Dunbartonshire Council’s high-tech district heating network have been laid.

The innovative system will see water taken from the Clyde, before being heated and transferred through a network of pipes to homes and businesses at the Queens Quay Development in Clydebank.

The ambitious £15 million project, part of the redevelopment of the former John Brown’s Shipyard, will have the capability to heat a number of public buildings, including Clydebank Leisure Centre, the new Queens Quay care home and health centre and the Council’s offices at Aurora House, Titan Business Centre, the Town Hall and Clydebank Library will be heated by the system.

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