The debrief: How a London council is using public transport to heat homes

An expanded district heat scheme deriving warmth from an unlikely source is helping more than a thousand homes cut their energy bills in north London

by James Fair
The Bunhill 2 Energy Centre draws warm air from the Underground via a ventilation shaft and uses it to heat hot water for homes, centres and a school via 1.5 kilometres of piping
The Bunhill 2 Energy Centre draws warm air from the Underground via a ventilation shaft and uses it to heat hot water for homes, centres and a school via 1.5 kilometres of piping

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