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East Hertfordshire District Council

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…, new thermostatic and on/off controls to existing radiators, LED lights throughout and movement sensors in all common parts. The Annex and Cedar Cottage (now converted into six new bedsits for single homeless people) has LED lights, two new gas boilers from a previous three, communal heating systems, replacement double glazing from single and thermal loft, floor and ceiling insulation. Revised…

… trees.  Solutions currently being explored by leisure centre consultants. Expansion of community events programme First phase of tree works completed. Considering change to air source heat pumps Project Management Consultancy Contract agreed by NLHF and awarded. Contract to design conservation works to restore Castle Remains awarded Design Interpretation Contract awarded to create signage…

… - Investigate opportunities for renewable energy generation Contract renewal in 2028 is unlikely to hinder sustainable investments and our landlord has positively responded our initial thoughts/enquiries. Solar panels on the Southern slopes of the two rooves would work well but further investigation of roof structure suitability would be required. Further possibilities include having air source heat pump…

… sustainability through the tender evaluation process. COMPLETE - Tender specification fully reviewed ü 1.8.2 GRANGE PADDOCKS - Investigate opportunities for Solar PV installation COMPLETE : These are now installed (April 2021) and producing 16.38kWhr at peak levels. ü 1.8.3 GRANGE PADDOCKS - Investigate opportunities for Heat Recovery COMPLETE - 520kW has been calculated to be the instantaneous peak…

… electrical demand of the leisure centre i.e. the maximum instantaneous electrical demand. 27% of this is an estimate of the typical minimum electrical demand. Therefore, 27% of 520kW = 140kW. The PV has a peak output of 16.38kW or 16.38 kilo-Joules per second (rate of flow of energy). The CHP (an electricity generator where the heat produced by the engine is recovered and can be used to heat


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