Pinnacle Power’s flagship project at Greenwich Peninsula has been shortlisted in this year’s Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) Awards.
The 87 megawatt project in south-east London has been shortlisted for the Visionary Project Award at ADE’s 50th Anniversary Awards, showcasing innovation, achievements and best practice across the combined heat and power, district heating and energy services sector.
Pinnacle Power is responsible for the design, delivery, operations, maintenance and customer service of the energy infrastructure at Greenwich Peninsula – the largest new-build residential district heating system in Europe. It is the first to bring in multiple funding partners across both public and private sectors, using a collaborative governance structure to ensure that customer’s interests are being considered and that their prices are kept fair.
Pinnacle Power Managing Director Toby Heysham said the announcement was a tribute to the technical and structural innovation at the heart of the project.
“We have provided our client with an end-to-end district energy solution with an innovative approach that has delivered an efficient, low-cost, low-carbon network that residents can be proud of.”
“The network has been designed with the intention that the heat source will change over time as technology develops and as the decarbonisation agenda continues to move us closer to zero-carbon homes.”
The ADE’s 50th Anniversary Awards will be held at the Science Museum in London on 19th October 2017.
Find out more: www.theade.co.uk