Combined Heat and Power (CHP) District Energy Scheme

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This exciting campus development was completed at the end of 2018.

Updated Apr18

What is CHP?

Reducing carbon footprint and saving costs.

CHP = Combined Heat and Power

This development 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. The energy is distributed to research and teaching buildings at the John Anderson Campus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • £20M investment in the estate
  • Significant CO2e savings 
  • Financial savings of £2.6M per year
  • Enhancing the learning & teaching experience
  • Catalyst for a wider district energy scheme in Glasgow

 

Further Information

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Contact Information

Estates Helpdesk

0141 548 2164

estates.helpdesk@strath.ac.uk