GEC Mine Water Project

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Talk or debate
19 January 2022 19:00 - 21:00
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GEC Mine Water Project 

TALK 

 

Gateshead Council and Gateshead Energy Company (GEC) have run the Gateshead District Energy Scheme since 2018, supplying council buildings, homes and venues, such as Sage and BALTIC, with low cost, low carbon heat and power. Committed to reducing emissions to net zero by 2030, GEC is adding the UKs largest minewater heat pump - 6MW -  to the network, as well as 4MW of urban solar parks, ready for operation by Spring 2022. This forms part of a wider zero carbon heat strategy, aiming to install many more renewable heat networks across Gateshead over the next decade 


Wednesday 19th January 2022 

7pm – 9pm 

 

Location: 

The Stephenson Room 

The Common Room building 

Neville Hall, Westgate Road 

Newcastle upon Tyne 

NE1 1SE 

The entrance ticket is free, as fee is covered by the Tyne and Wear Committee; however, spaces are limited so please inform us if you are unable to attend so we may free up your space.

 

People who are unable to attend in person can use the Microsoft Teams link down below.

Click here to join the meeting

For further information regarding this event please contact: 

Gordana Vasić Franklin (T&W member) 

Adam Burgess (T&W Chair) 

In association with:  

Gateshead Council and Gateshead Energy Company (GEC) 

The Common Room 


 

Speaker(s)

Jim Gillon (BSc, PhD),  Energy Services Manager  Major Projects and Corporate Property Economy, Innovation and Growth | Gateshead Council   Civic Centre | Regent Street | Gateshead | NE8 1HH |

Address

The Stephenson Room, The Common Room building
Neville Hall, Westgate Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 1SE
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Gordana Vasic Franklin
07791616257United Kingdom
Email: Send a message

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