Dave Pearson will co-present the findings from a phase 1 project in Islington to harvest heat from the most common place thermal resource on the planet; surface water. In this example, a canal in North London is proposed as heat source, also heat from a data centre.
As the government increase their focus on value for money energy resources it doesn’t get much simpler than pumping water out a canal, a river, or the sea and cooling it down. The harvested heat is then used to heat our homes and generate hot water at lower cost and less carbon emissions.
Dave Pearson will explain how the water source heat pump technology can be applied in large cities like London to secure a sustainable energy future.
The event will take place in Birmingham on the 14th July.Take a look at the event agenda here:
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