The £250m Queen’s Quay regeneration project in Clydebank will use water from the Clyde to help heat a mix of residential, commercial and public buildings via 5MW of heat pumps and a district heat network. Two 2.5MW water source heat pumps will take heat from the river to reduce the amount of power required to provide heat and hot water for buildings connected to the 2.5km heat network. Vital Energi is managing the £15m heat project and says it is the largest of its kind to date in Scotland.
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