Glasgow | SHARC Energy Systems UK

One of the halls of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Glasgow UK Image 31 medium
Project Value
£3 million
Sustainable Development Goals
Operational Energy
Part L
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Tonnes of CO² saved per year


We were commissioned to explore how SHARC’s innovative system, which recovers heat energy from filtered wastewater, could be integrated into existing heating systems. Our experts carried out detailed analysis of the museum’s heating systems and building structure, and developed and implemented the complex mechanical and electrical controls system. Our work allowed SHARC to successfully integrate their green innovation, creating sustainable, low-energy, net-zero-carbon heating for the Kelvingrove.

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