Waste energy from local plant could generate heating to nearly 3,000 homes

27 January 2011: Southwark Council is working with Veolia Environmental Services looking at the possibility of heating nearly three thousand homes across five estates using waste energy from the nearby SELCHP generation plant – further details here.
Detailed information on opportunities to use heat from SELCHP are contained in an energy assessment undertaken for the Canada Water Area Action Plan (AAP). Published in three sections, the full report is available from Southwark’s website here.
Further details of Veolia’s plans for SELCHP are set out in the following Mayor’s planning report (763 Old Kent Road – search for ‘SELCHP’ in the report).

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