Canadian energy firm to install Clyde Gateway heat-pump network

Russ Burton, chief operating officer, SHARC Energy Systems, (left) with Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse.
Russ Burton, chief operating officer, SHARC Energy Systems, (left) with Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse.

The England-based subsidiary of a Canadian ‘green’ energy company has a won the contract to install a low carbon district heating system to Clyde Gateway.

Clyde Gateway is re-generating 840 hectares across the east end of Glasgow and South Lanarkshire.

SHARC Energy has designed and developed a new method for extracting waste heat from raw sewage flows.

Through heat pump technology, it produces clean, renewable thermal energy for buildings, resulting in savings in energy, costs and carbon emissions.

Renewable energy star: Dr. Dave Pearson
Renewable energy star: Dr. Dave Pearson

Dr. Dave Pearson, Director of Glasgow-based Star Renewable Energy, has been appointed to the board of directors for the renewable industry’s trade association in Scotland, where he, among other tasks, will argue for the increased adoption of industrial air and water source heat pumps for district heating and industrial processes in homes and business across the country.

3 Apr 2018

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