Heating and Cooling
Have you considered using canal water for heating and cooling buildings? GlaxoSmithKline in London, the Mailbox in Birmingham and the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield have already adopted this method.
Most councils are expecting 'new builds' to be powered using sustainable solutions. Canal water is a cost-effective sustainable solution and reduces a business's carbon footprint, unlike traditional cooling units, which are noisy and expensive and are ultimately powered by fossil fuels.
- Canal water has been used as a cooling medium for 200 years
- It is currently being brought back into focus as we need better energy solutions
- New customers include the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield – the first building to be both heated and cooled from the adjoining navigation