Scottish project

Housing agency Tighean Innse Gall, Lews Castle College of the University of Highlands and Islands and Finland’s University of Oulu have joined forces to develop a project, which aims to promote the uptake of residential combined heat and power (CHP) on the Outer Hebrides islands. The project will look at remote households’ heat and power needs. The partners plan to design and manufacture an affordable 20 kWth/3-6 kWe micro-CHP system that will run on locally-sourced solid biomass, and to set up trial systems across the region.

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