Stirling Council’s district heating project will be the first in the UK to use a mix of pioneering renewable technologies to turn waste water into energy.
A Combined Heat and Power (CHP) unit will supply the network with heating using a heat pump system to deliver renewable electricity to power the waste treatment site. Combined with technology designed to recover heat from Scottish Water’s wastewater system, it will provide low carbon heat to the network in the form of hot water. Furthermore, the system will store biogas, currently a waste product, for use in the heating network.
The project is being delivered by FES Energy and its supply chain partners including isoplus Piping Systems Ltd.
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Customer: Stirling Council Stirling, Scotland, UK
Time scale: Dec 2018 – Apr 2019