Potential for groundwater heating in Cardiff - Grangetown Nursery School

23 Jun
Thursday 23rd June 2016 3pm - 5.30pm
Channel View Centre, Jim Driscoll Way, Grangetown, Cardiff CF11 7HB
£42 including VAT

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Attend this afternoon seminar to hear more about the work Cardiff Council and partners have undertaken with the InnovateUK's Energy Catalyst to investigate the potential for ground water heating in Cardiff. With speakers from Cardiff Council, British Geological Survey and WDS Green Energy presentations will introduce their collaboration and investigative work resulting in a pilot installation in Cardiff Bay. The seminar will include an opportunity for networking, Q&A with the speakers and a tour of the Grangetown Nursery School's ground source heat pump which has successfully been connected to the school's existing heating system.

Whether you are attending as a building services engineer, facilities manager or a project manager of school refurbishment projects, join us to find out more about this low carbon energy source and how it may be applicable to one of your own projects.

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