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Kingston upon Hull City Council, GB takes first steps toward low-emission district heating network

Kingston upon Hull City Council, GB District Heating


Council officials initiated a tender process for Hull District Heating Project proposals. The centralized system will deliver heat to residential and commercial buildings in the city center via underground ducts. This project is set to replace in-building heating units and rely on renewable energy that reduces environmental impacts. Development of the Hull District Heating Project moves the city toward its 2030 carbon neutrality goal.

Energy SolutionsResiliencyFacilities & InfrastructurePlanning

Kingston upon Hull City Council, GB

Unitary authority in England

United Kingdom



Hull embarks on multi-million pound project to deliver low carbon heat to thousands of homes and businesses - Hull CC News

Plans to deliver low carbon heat to thousands of homes in Hull through a new heating network have moved a step closer. The Hull District Heating Project would provide heating to public and private business,...


Hull fires up low carbon district heating vision

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