The Anonymous Widower

HS2 To Trial New Building Method Which Could Provide Carbon-Free Energy

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on Rail Technology Magazine.

This is the first three paragraphs.

Part of HS2’s Innovation programme, an HS2 building site in London is to become a test bed for a new building method which could ultimately provide carbon-free energy to stations on the new high speed route.

The new approach will be trialled by contractors Mace Dragados at the project’s Euston station site in London and will draw ground heat up through the foundations of a newly-built construction site office.

Developed by Keltbray, the innovative new technology is estimated to harness enough energy to supply 80% of the building’s heating and hot water needs.

It’s an incredibly simple, but extremely powerful idea, that revolutionises heating, cooling and hot water in buildings.

Read the article and then read the brochure on the Keltbray web site.

January 29, 2022 - Posted by | Energy, Transport/Travel, World | , , , , , ,

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