CHP expertise wins low-carbon consultant of the year

Published:  10 March, 2009

Low carbon consultant of the year
Exploiting CHP to reduce carbon emissions won the low-carbon consultant of the year award for Andrew Gardner.

The importance of combined heat and power (CHP) in delivering significant reductions in carbon emissions is demonstrated by two projects master-minded by the low-carbon consultant of the year, Andrew Gardner of CCL Consulting Ltd.

He was responsible for the design of a (CHP) plant for Langford House, part of the University of Bristol, a design which is reducing carbon emissions by over 500 t in a full year.

He was also designed a CHP system for a supermarket in Strabane in Northern Ireland, which will reduce carbon-dioxide emissions by over 80 t a year.



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