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Veolia CHP performance reaches new heights

Press Release, Veolia One of London's tallest residential towers adopts class leading low carbon energy using Veolia CHP The Berkeley Group’s South Quay Plaza development in London’s Docklands, one of the tallest residential towers in the UK and the tallest tower in the Berkeley Group,...


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DCD>London: Data centers and the City

Tanwen Dawn-Hiscox, DCD Summary Waste heat and power distribution specialists discussed the interaction between digital infrastructure and urban environments at DCD's flagship event. As more data centers move into cities, they must become more closely integrated with other urban...


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Wembley Park regeneration project to have district heating network

Thomas Barrett, Environment Journal Summary The Wembley Park regeneration project has announced that a district heating network will heat 20 of its buildings. The £3bn project, which will be the UK’s largest build-to-rent complex, is set to comprise 7,500 homes in the area immediately...


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Major Next Steps for Somers Town Heat Network

Katie Addison, BDaily News Summary Somers Town Energy is on course to provide further benefits to the London Borough of Camden following the installation of new plant equipment as the project moves into its second phase. Vital Energi and Camden Council originally began working on the £3.4m...


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Cities Sign Up To Zero-Carbon Buildings By 2030

Mike Scott, Forbes New York is among the cities pledging all new buildings will be zero-carbon by 2030. Photographer: Timothy Fadek/Bloomberg Summary New buildings in 19 global cities, including London, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Tokyo and Paris, will have zero emissions by...


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Engie starts £16m New Cross development

The Construction Index Summary Peabody Housing Association has chosen Engie to redevelop two derelict industrial units on Pomeroy Street in south London into new homes and commercial space. The £16m development in New Cross comprises 60+ new homes, including flats and houses, as well as a...


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Southeast London in line to gain new heat network

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary The borough of Lewisham in southeast London is examining the potential for a new district heat network . The borough has taken the first steps in developing the project with energy potentially being generated from the area’s waste...


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Tri-generation in action: King’s Cross’ district cooling network goes live

Cambridge Network Image: The cooling pod at King's Cross. Photo - John Sturrock Summary Metropolitan’s district cooling network at King’s Cross, London’s most vibrant neighbourhood, went live today. Serving the area north of the Regent’s Canal, the network will provide carbon-efficient...


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Growing momentum behind district energy in London

Association for Decentralised Energy Summary The zero-carbon development requirements in the London Plan, which promotes Lean, Clean and Green development, have encouraged the implementation of district energy networks, which deliver significant energy efficiencies over traditional heating...


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Contract awarded for central heat and power centre on former RAF site

Hillingdon & Uxbridge Times Summary A contract to design, build and operate a central energy network for St Andrew's Park, which is being built on the old RAF Uxbridge site, has been awarded to Metropolitan and its partner Vital Energi. The new estate will have more than 656 homes, a...