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Camden homes to feel the heat from the Royal Free Hospital

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1,500 homes in Gospel Oak are set to benefit from surplus heat generated from the Royal Free Hospital, using a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) network. Heat which would otherwise have gone to waste will be captured and recycled to supply housing estates in the area.

The project, due to start at the end of the year, will reduce carbon emissions and supply residents with lower cost energy on estates in Gospel Oak.

Surplus energy from the heating plant at the Royal Free Hospital will be pumped into a new energy centre, containing a mini CHP system, which Camden will build on one of its nearby estates.



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For an unprecedented second year running, a new training course developed by Norland Managed Services has been shortlisted in the H&V News Awards. Last year, Norland won Training Initiative of the Year for its Contract Manager Programme, and this year it has been shortlisted in the same category for its Energy Matters Training.

The Energy Matters Training (EMT) programme has been designed to increase energy awareness among its engineers. It consists of a series of six modules covering boilers, air handling, compressed air, variable speed drives, refrigeration and lighting which, once completed and a test passed, provides an Energy Institute certificate to the user.