Energy from wastewater, Sutton-in-Ashfield

19 September, 2017 | 18:30 - 19:30

Recycling the heat out of waste water
Recycling the heat out of waste water

About this event

A talk on recovering Energy from Wastewater, focussing on developments made by SHARC Energy Systems to recycle usable heat energy that can enable a building to reduce its carbon footprint and make long-term financial savings.

Ian Craft, Operations Director of SHARC Energy, will provide an insight into how they are providing a full turnkey service to design, install, operate and even fund heat recovery systems to reduce risk to Clients seeking to benefit from this technology. They can install systems with zero upfront investment, paid for through a heat supply agreement, which is highly competitive in comparison to other, traditional, methods of generating heat.

In 2015, SHARC Energy installed the UK's first side streamed heat-from-sewer project at the Borders College in Galashiels. This system provides the college with almost its entire annual heat demand and offers both long term financial and carbon savings to the college. More recently, in May 2017 it was announced that SHARC Energy had been awarded Scottish Government grant money through the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Program to support the delivery of 5 individual projects across Scotland with a combined value of nearly £13m.


  • Ian Craft, Operations Director of SHARC Energy


For more information, please contact:

Howard Muncaster

Event materials

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