G&H Projects delivering £2.5 million Public Sector Decarbonisation Schemes for local authorities
G&H Projects is delivering £2.5 million of work for two local authorities financed through the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme fund.
Three projects will be delivered for two commercially confidential north of England councils to reduce energy use in schools, homes, offices and a library.
Air source heat pumps and variant refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, which regulate heating and cooling, will be installed at three primary schools and a council office depot.
G&H Projects will also install ground source heat pumps at four high rise towers, connecting radiators in each flat and installing communal riser pipework.
For the second council G&H Projects has been commissioned by, air source heat pumps will be fitted in seven sites including a customer service centre, residential buildings and a library.
G&H Projects Manager, Marc Ambler, said: “The schemes represent a commitment by both local authorities to address energy use and reduce their carbon footprints across different building types.
“The work is very intense with it all being completed by the end of March.
“We will be using our experience of working in live environments to minimise disruption for people and once completed, all buildings will operate in a more environmentally friendly manner and see a significant reduction in fuel bills.”
Funding for the scheme comes from phase 2 of the Government’s Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme that sees £75 million of grant provided during the 2021/22 financial year.
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