SW Energy Manages several high end district heating schemes for developers and free holders. Here you can see details of the UK district heating schemes we currently manage:
District Heating Schemes Projects
SW Energy manages many UK district heating schemes. In the North West, SW Energy was chosen from a range of UK energy management companies, by Grosvenor to undertake the management of their UK district heating scheme at One Park West, Liverpool One. This is a development of 326 apartments alongside commercial units. Another development which chose to use our UK district heating schemes services over those of other UK energy management companies was Hilton Hotel and Residential Tower in Manchester. SW Energy manage the UK district heating scheme for 226 apartments, a 225 bed hotel, a gym and commercial business centre, retail units and commercial units.
Unlike some other UK energy management companies, SW Energy community energy providers does not confine its UK district heating schemes to one part of the country. SW Energy also manages many UK district heating schemes in London. SW Energy have worked with Ballymore on several UK district heating schemes including Embassy Gardens, London. This consists of managing the district heating system for 200 new homes, 100,000 sq ft retail and leisure space, alongside a 100 bed hotel. Another development SW Energy worked on with Ballymore was Quebec Tower, London. This consisted of managing the district heating scheme for 485 apartments, alongside a luxury gym and pool. SW Energy also worked with Galliard, managing the UK district heating schemes at Baltimore Wharf, London. This development consisted of 1350 apartments, a 225 bed hotel, a gym, retail and commercial units.
UK District Heating Schemes
The above shows only a small selection of the UK district heating schemes that SW Energy manage. Our unique ESCo energy services company proposal make us the number one choice for many developers as we offer a 100% risk free management service with many benefits for both residents and developers.