In action: EDF's renewable energy-based renovation of a listed building


30 October 2018

Between 2012 and 2015, EDF Energy embarked on an ambitious project to bring a listed 12th Century building into the 21st Century by installing onsite renewable systems to generate low-carbon heat, cooling and electricity.

This three-page case study explores how EDF embedded an array of technological solutions, including the use deep borehole ground-source heat pumps, rooftop solar arrays, electric vehicle charge points and intelligent solar heat collection matting to lower emissions at its Cannington Court training facility.

The case study also features insight from EDF Energy’s head of R&D smart customers Daniel Bentham on how implementing energy solutions, one change at a time, can have a huge impact on a business’s carbon footprint.

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