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Target Audience: Staff and students
The Combined heat and Power District Energy Network supports the University's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint by installing a district energy scheme that generates hot water and electricity using state of the art technology.
Low carbon heat and power are generated on site in a refurbished energy centre on John Street (adjacent to the Students Union). The energy is distributed to research and teaching buildings at the John Anderson Campus.
Tours will be organised on an on-demand basis. Please book on to the waiting list and we will check regulalry to see when the waiting list is long enough to organise a tour.
NOTE: No food or drink permitted in the Energy Centre.
- A £20M investment in the estate
- Significant CO2e savings
- Enhancing the learning & teaching experience
- Catalyst for a wider district energy scheme in Glasgow
Delivered By: Sustainable Strathclyde