Published: 1st Aug 2018

Peel Energy, the energy arm of Peel Land and Property, has announced plans to develop a district heat network at its Liverpool Waters development, under the name of Mersey Heat. The first phase of the network is centred on existing buildings around Princes Dock along with planned new developments along the waterfront. The heat network will deliver low carbon hot water for the use of space heating and hot water provision within the buildings. Peel Energy will operate the network through an energy services company called Mersey Heat, which will be responsible for system design, construction of the generation plant and operation of the network, providing low cost, low carbon reliable heat to the building owners and occupiers. Heat networks work by converting hot water from steam at a waste incinerator before distributing it to homes along a network of district heating pipes. In a statement, they say the development … (To read the full article, subscribe below)