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Vital Energi

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Bringing sustainable energy to Britain - An illustrated journey through Vital Energi’s transformation from a district heating specialist in the 1980s to its position today as the UK’s leading provider of sustainable energy generation and carbon reduction solutions.

What’s inside: See for yourself how our low cost and low carbon community energy schemes, encompassing district heating and steam, gas, combined heat and power (CHP), waste-to-energy and biomass technologies, have made major improvements to Britain’s best universities, top city hospitals, largest cities, major housing refurbishment schemes and cutting-edge new housing developments.
Major milestones:

• Nottingham City – UK’s largest district heating network
• Sheffield City – Major UK city heat network
• Shetland Heat & Power – Award-winning waste-to-energy scheme
• Greenwich Millennium Village – First sustainable Millennium Village
• Mayday Hospital – Hospital Energy Centre rescued
• Charles Dickens Estate – Landmark funding for CHP project
• Bonnyrigg Estate – Market changing CHP scheme
• Ross Crescent – First biomass project
• BAA - Heating Europe’s busiest airport
• Natural History and Victoria & Albert Museums – 21st century heating for Victorian museums
• Tachbrook Triangle – Connecting to London’s largest heat network
• Royal Arsenal – First retro-fit into listed building
• Liverpool University – Sustainable heating for university
• MediaCityUK – World’s first BREEAM community
• King’s Cross – Europe’s largest city centre regeneration scheme
• University of York – Sustainable campus expansion
• Greenwatt Way – Pioneering zero carbon community
• Riverside Dene – First retro-fit residential ESCo
• Yarn Street – Affordable heating for eco-settlement
• Commonwealth Games 2014 – Low carbon heating for ‘greenest games ever’
• National Sports Centre – record-breaking CHP engine
• Wyndford – Tackling fuel poverty in Scotland

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