The Leeds PIPES district heat network, which will benefit from £4 million from Leeds City Region Growth Deal funding, will bring low carbon, lower cost heating and hot water to the city of Leeds, while also cutting 22,000 tonnes of carbon emissions every year
The Leeds PIPES Network, part-funded by the Leeds City Region Growth Deal, will bring low carbon, lower cost heating and hot water to the city of Leeds, while also cutting 22,000 tonnes of carbon emissions every year.
The ‘PIPES’ programme uses super-insulated steel pipes to connect the Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility (RERF) in the Aire Valley to customers across the City of Leeds. Heat will be extracted from the centre as steam which will then be used to transfer heat to the heat network and into people’s homes.
Council housing tenants will be the first to benefit as we continue work to make the City Region a resilient zero carbon energy economy.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
|District / Area||Leeds|
|Business case summary||Link here|
£4 million Leeds City Region Growth Deal + LCC match funding
The Housing project has also secured ESIF
|Project Status||Activity 6: Delivery|
|Start and end dates||2017- March 2020|
|Delivery partners||Vital Energi|
Leeds City Council
|Get in touch (contact information)||Polly Cook|
This page was last updated in Q4 2019/2020