West Dunbartonshire Council are taking action on fuel poverty and decarbonising heat in Clydebank by expanding their Water Source Heat Pump District Heating Network (DHN) to non-domestic and domestic buildings across the area. The development sets out the Council’s commitment to transition towards a net zero future.
West Dunbartonshire Council's ground-breaking project features Scotland’s largest Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) installation to date, taking water from the nearby River Clyde and using it to generate heat that is then distributed to customers through an underground district heating pipe network. The introduction of the network will make a major contribution towards West Dunbartonshire Council's climate change targets, as well as allowing residents of more than 1,000 proposed new homes due to be built on the site to enjoy reliable low carbon heating.
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