Friday, 22 March 2013

EcoPod clinched multi-million pound deal and provides apprenticeship opportunities in Glasgow

AN ENERGY-SAVING heating system, which is designed to alleviate fuel poverty and cut carbon emissions in high-rise tower blocks, has landed a multi-million pound contract in Scotland.
The EcoPod, which was designed by Keith Rimmer, managing director of the Warrington-based Belfry Group, has secured its first major order in Scotland after agreeing a deal to supply its system to a Glasgow housing association.
The systems will supply heating and hot water to 542 multi-storey homes let by the Queens Cross Housing Association in the Woodside area of Glasgow, with residents set to see a 40% reduction in their heating bills as part of a drive to tackle fuel poverty.
The deal is for seven EcoPods and, in addition to cutting fuel bills, the new systems will also help to dramatically reduce each building’s carbon footprint.
The EcoPod project will also boost employment in the area by providing apprenticeships for around 10 local 16-19-year-olds....READ MORE
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