Clydebank homes to be heated using heat pump technology drawing water from the Clyde, 165 years after it was first suggested

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John Robertson
Clydebank homes to be heated using heat pump technology drawing water from the Clyde, 165 years after it was first suggested

(c) localenergyscotland.org On the site of the former John Brown’s shipyard and as part of the £250 million Queen’s Quay regeneration project, heat pump technology will extract heat from the waters of the Clyde to heat local homes and businesses. It seems, Lord Kelvin suggested the idea first in 1852 but it’s still being referred to as ‘pioneering.’ That’s been a very long ‘flash to bang’ to get ‘a head of steam up’ as those of us still using metaphors…

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John Robertson
Clydebank homes to be heated using heat pump technology drawing water from the Clyde, 165 years after it was first suggested