Bristol Mayor Approves £5m Low-carbon Heating Scheme

Bristol

Eneteq Services are very proud to be associated with forward thinking Bristol City Council. Eneteq are assisting Bristol both to design and install the new district heat network which will serve the city with a provision of low carbon heat for generations to come.

Eneteq’s Colin Taylor said “In terms of carbon efficient energy provision and Bristol City Council has driven forward some of the most ambitious plans in terms of inner city heat networks and Eneteq is very pleased to be contributing to such a prestigious heat network.”

You can read more on the development of the Bristol Heat Network at:

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/09/bristol-mayor-marvin-rees-approves-5m-low-carbon-heating-scheme

and also

http://www.bristoltemplequarter.com/blog/sustainable/heat-networks/

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