‘First of its kind’: River-source heat pump-powered district heating network comes online in South Tyneside

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    ‘First of its kind’: River-source heat pump-powered district heating network comes online in South Tyneside

    Cecilia Keating

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    Councillor Tracey Dixon and Paul Quinn, contracts manager for Colloide at the Viking Energy Network | Credit: South Tyneside Council

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    Councillor Tracey Dixon and Paul Quinn, contracts manager for Colloide at the Viking Energy Network | Credit: South Tyneside Council

    Council leaders celebrate launch of multi-million pound project, which harnesses heat from the River Tyne and exports it to council buildings

    Heat generated from the River Tyne is now being used to heat a leisure centre, a town hall, a business centre, and three residential tower blocks, after a pioneering renewable energy scheme came online…

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