Publication - Strategy/plan

Clyde Mission: energy masterplan

Published: 13 Oct 2021
Directorate:
Economic Development Directorate
Part of:
Energy, Environment and climate change
ISBN:
9781802012941

This masterplan will support the strategic development of low carbon heat and energy infrastructure projects that align to the goals of the Clyde Mission. It aims to support the identification and development of a portfolio of heat and energy related investment opportunities in within the CM area.

Clyde Mission: energy masterplan
Appendix A: Stakeholder projects

Appendix A: Stakeholder projects

Table 14.1. Area 1, Stakeholder-proposed projects
ID Stakeholder Title Organisation Location Technology Scale Project Stage Description Cluster ID Cluster Location
19 Strone Primary School - Low Carbon Heating Solution Argyll and Bute Council Strone, Dunoon, PA23 8RV Heat pump 50kW Pre-Feasibility School currently has a combination of oil-fired warm air heating and electric storage heating; proposal to convert to full wet heating system with heat pump solution. N/A -
20 Kirn Primary School - Solar PV Argyll and Bute Council Park Road, Kirn, Dunoon, PA23 8EH Solar PV 50kW Feasibility Study Roof mounted solar PV. N/A -
21 Dunoon Pier - Various Climate Change Aspects Argyll and Bute Council Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7HH TBC TBC Pre-Feasibility Continued opportunities for further regeneration of the Dunoon Pier will provide opportunities. 19 East Dunoon, Argyll & Bute
22 Dunoon Car Parks (esp. waterfront) solar pv canopies and EV charging Argyll and Bute Council Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7HH Solar PV carport and EV charging TBC Pre-Feasibility Two car parks at the site, both of which provide opportunities for solar PV canopies and EV charging infrastructure. Note - other town centre car parks are prospects too. 19 East Dunoon, Argyll & Bute
23 Riverside Pool - Carbon Reduction Solutions Argyll and Bute Council Moir Street, Dunoon, PA23 8AA ASHP, Solar PV and Pool AHU optimisation TBC Contract Awarded Provider delivers a range of energy efficiency/renewables projects to reduce carbon emissions on a performance contract basis. 19 East Dunoon, Argyll & Bute
24 Dolphin Hall - Low Carbon Heating/Cooling Solution Argyll and Bute Council Manse Avenue, Dunoon, PA23 8DQ Heat Pump 32kW Concept Idea Dolphin Hall is a hub office; it consists of a gas heated Victorian villa and a more modern annexe with standard electric heating; the annexe building would benefit from a heat pump solution to provide low carbon heat and to offer cooling mode to mitigate summer overheating. 19 East Dunoon, Argyll & Bute
25 Rothesay Pool - Carbon Reduction Solutions Argyll and Bute Council High Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, PA23 8AA Solar PV, DHW/Pool Pump optimisation TBC Contract Awarded Provider delivers a range of energy efficiency/renewables projects to reduce carbon emissions on a performance contract basis. 19 East Dunoon, Argyll & Bute
Table 14.2. Area 2, Stakeholder-proposed projects
ID Stakeholder Title Organisation Location Technology Scale Project Stage Description Cluster ID Cluster Location
13 Cardross Crematorium - Heat Recovery Argyll and Bute Council 143 Mollandhu, Cardross, Helensburgh, G82 5HD Waste heat recovery TBC Pre-Feasibility Heat recovery from heat rejection gases of crematorium N/A -
14 Cardross Primary School - Solar pv Argyll and Bute Council Kirkton Road, Cardross, Helensburgh, G82 5PN Solar PV 75kW Feasibility Study Roof mounted solar PV on the school site. N/A -
15 Helensburgh Waterfront Development - Various Climate Change Aspects Argyll and Bute Council West Clyde Street, Helensburgh, G84 8SQ TBC TBC Construction Re-development at the Helensburgh pier head. Includes construction of new swimming pool complex, sea defence works, new retail units. There was a high-level consideration for heat from sewer for the new pool before opting for natural gas provision. There are electrical infrastructure limitations for the overall site and so electrical generation opportunities might be beneficial (e.g. car park solar PV canopies). EV charging infrastructure consideration also. 17 Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute
16 Graham Williamson IT Centre - Carbon Reduction Solutions Argyll and Bute Council 64A John Street, Helensburgh, G84 8XJ Solar PV, Server Cooling and LED lighting TBC Contract Awarded Provider delivers a range of energy efficiency/renewables projects to reduce carbon emissions on a performance contract basis. 17 Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute
17 Blackhill Depot Argyll and Bute Council Luss Road, Helensburgh, G84 9FB Solar PV 52kW Feasibility Study Roof mounted solar PV and prospects for EV charging. N/A -
18 Kilcreggan/Rosneath Low Carbon Heating - community scale Argyll and Bute Council Kilcreggan/Rosneath Low carbon heat for off-gas buildings TBC Pre-Feasibility These are off-gas communities looking for low carbon heating solutions. N/A -
33 Inverclyde Public building area heat network Inverclyde Council - WSHP 3.8MW WSHP 2.8MW gas boilers Concept Idea WSHP and back-up gas boilers to provide heating and hot water to Inverclyde Council buildings. 21 Greenock West
Figure 14.1. Area 3, Stakeholder-proposed project locations
Figure 14.1 shows a process diagram with three boxes of text with an arrow above each box to illustrate which processes come first and how long the duration is.

The first box is labelled “EfW Heat Recovery Opportunity” and the arrow extends across all three boxes which means that this item lasts the duration of the process. Inside the box there are four tasks which read “Identify EfW operator”, “Identify EfW's peak electricity and heat production”, “Undertake detailed feasibility study”, and “Negotiate heat-supply agreements with EfW as well as identified heat consumers”.

The second box is labelled “District Energy Network Design and Construction” and the arrow for this item extends from the second box to the end of the third (and last) box. This means that this item begins after the first but extends for the duration of the remaining process. Inside the box there are two tasks which read “Commence design of district energy network and energy centre within the EfW”, and “Tender and procurement of district energy network”.

The third and final box is labelled “Completion of District Energy Network” and the arrow for this box is only illustrated over this item which means that it is the last item to take place in the process. Inside the box there are four tasks which read “District energy network completed and ready for connection”, “Network to build connections to be commissioned”, “Onsite connections and equipment commissioned”, and “Testing and commissioning programme in-line with required construction programme and operational date”.
Table 14.3. Area 3, Stakeholder-proposed projects
ID Stakeholder Title Organisation Location Technology Scale Project Stage Description Cluster ID Cluster Location
2 RenWest District Energy Network Scottish Enterprise Westway Business Park, Renfrewshire, PA4 8DJ DHN, 2x Gas CHP and PV TBC OBC Development of a heat network supplying the Westway Business Park and an adjacent care home (85 rooms). 5 East Abbotsinch
4 Low Carbon District Heat and Steam supply to local real estate and industrial customers Fortum Glasgow LTD Bogmoor Road, Glasgow, G51 4SJ Heat and steam generation from EfW plant, and distribution in district heat and steam networks >20MW, 160,000MWh/a Pre-Feasibility Supply LC district heat to real estate customers and high parameter steam to industrial customers. Heat and steam generation by thermal treatment of waste from South Clyde EfW facility. 23 Hillington
6 North Clyde Plastic to Hydrogen Facility Peel NRE Environmental Limited Dock Street, Clydebank, G81 1LX Gasification 2 tonnes/ day of vehicle grade hydrogen, 2MW heat and 1MWe Pre-Planning Convert end of life plastic waste to a syngas that can be used to produce hydrogen, heat, and electricity. Process 35 tonnes of plastic per day, c.12,250 tonnes per annum. 11 South Clydebank
7 Heat from Wastewater Treatment Works Scottish Water Horizons Beardmore Street, Clydebank, G82 5HG WWTW heat recovery TBC Pre-Feasibility Heat recovery from Dalmuir WWTW. Hopes to expand Queens Quay DHN & EC also include Golden Jubilee Hospital, Clydebank library, Clydebank town hall, Future and existing housing and local businesses. 13 South Dalmuir
8 Low Carbon Commercial and Industrial Estate - Former Exxon Site West Dunbartonshire Council Bowling Harbour, Dumbarton Road, Bowling, G60 5AF Various, Heat Pumps, PV, energy efficient building fabric, EV charging infrastructure, heat recovery from waste plant, and others TBC Pre-Feasibility Development of a high-level net zero strategy and design code for former Exxon site. Site currently under remediation for £34m project to create a major industrial and commercial development. N/A -
9 Bowling Active/Sustainable Travel Hub West Dunbartonshire Council Bowling E-bike charging points, PV, EV charging infrastructure TBC Pre-Feasibility For the development of a sustainable active travel hub in Bowling along the NcN7 route from Glasgow to Balloch. N/A -
28 AMIDS District Heating Network Renfrewshire Council Adjacent to Glasgow Airport WSHP and ambient loop network 16MW OBC Develop the ambient loop networks for the upcoming Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS). Will house companies harnessing new technologies and accessing cutting edge research. A waste heat offtake from the treated sewage effluent (TSE) river outfall at the Laighpark Paisley WWTWs. 4,5 Gallowhill / East Abbotsinch
31 Queen Elizabeth Hospital ZWS 1345 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 4TF WSHP 6MW Feasibility Study Assessment of the feasibility of supplying heating and hot water to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital using a water-source heat pump using the River Clyde 22 Linthouse
35 Potential opportunities between Renfrewshire Council and Scottish Water Horizons within the River Clyde corridor (A) Renfrewshire Council - WSHP and PV TBC Pre-Feasibility SW have a large service reservoir (clean water storage) near Park Mains High school. There is a cluster of potential off takers of heat in the area including 2 primary schools to the north of the tank and a high school, leisure centre and supermarket to the east. The tank top could also house solar power to help run the heat pump. 12 South Erskine
36 Potential opportunities between Renfrewshire Council and Scottish Water Horizons within the River Clyde corridor (B) Renfrewshire Council - WSHP TBC Pre-Feasibility With less than 2km from the Erskine WWTW to the Inchinnan Industrial park there may be potential to look at an ambient loop system to serve the industrial users and perhaps over time link up to the ambient loop at the AMIDS side (<2km away from Erskine WWTWs. There is also a potential opportunity to link the two ambient loops via the airport and extend the network to existing and new businesses in Renfrew. 11 South Clydebank
Table 14.4. Area 4, Stakeholder-proposed projects
ID Stakeholder Title Organisation Location Technology Scale Project Stage Description Cluster ID Cluster Location
1 Scottish Event Campus Energy Strategy Scottish Event Campus (SEC) SEC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW Wind turbine, PV and WSHP/GSHP or waste heat generation for heat network with battery storage and smart grid 12,000 MWh power, 7,000 MWh heating and cooling Pre-Feasibility Aim for net zero campus, seeing a 95% reduction in carbon, and shifting from gas to electrical heating and cooling. 26 Glasgow
3 Case Study - A District Heating Network for Glasgow Heat Vision 2030 Glasgow City Centre DHN and river source heat pump 49 MWth heat from heat pumps required, 140 GWhth/yr from RSHP Concept Idea Glasgow City centre divided into 4 sections each with own heat pump, with over 1300 buildings 26 Glasgow
5 Glasgow Harbour heat network Peel Energy - Peel Land and Property Yorkhill, Glasgow, G3 8QQ WS Heat Pump 12MW – 28 GWh at full build Feasibility Study Provide low carbon heat to planned development at Yorkhill, 1100 residential units with hotel and leisure outlet. 26 Glasgow
10 Integrated Energy Strategy: Community Energy Project, Dalmarnock Clyde Gateway Cotton Street, Glasgow City, G40 4HW CHP District Heating 2,400 MWh initial up to potential 5,041 MWh Construction EC being delivered by Scottish Water Horizons, using gas fired CHP at Dalmarnock WWTW. WWTW will use power with heat by-product used in DHN that is being delivered across central Dalmarnock area. 26 Glasgow
11 Clydeside Distillery HTHP (Clydeside GreenStills Demonstrator) Morrison Glasgow Distillers (Supported by Allen Associates and Star Refrigeration Ltd) Clydeside Distillery (100 Stobcross road), Glasgow, G3 8QQ Steam Raising High Temperature Heat Pump (HTHP) 500 kW (Heating capacity 442 kW, cooling 350 kW) Pre-Feasibility Reduce onsite energy demands by 62%, water footprint by 75%, carbon emissions by 80% (PPA to make 100%). 26 Glasgow
12 D2Grids - Renewable Energy Project Clyde Gateway Glasgow Road, G73 1UZ 5th Gen District Heating & Cooling. Ambient Loop / Heat Pumps 1,888 MWh heating 1,027 MWh cooling OBC Develop 5th Generation District Heating and Cooling (5GDHC). Will integrate with other energy projects in Dalmarnock by utilising the SMART Bridge to deliver low temperature ambient loop to serve Magenta business park. The proposed energy source is Dalmarnock WWTW in arrangement with Scottish Water Horizons with potential integration of their EC. 26 Glasgow
26 New City Centre PS Glasgow City Council Florence Street (banks of the Clyde), Glasgow TBC In use consumption 67kwh/sqm/annum Contract Awarded Refurbishment of former Govan Parish school for new school to accommodate increased school rolls. 26 Glasgow
27 New Gaelic Medium School Glasgow City Council Former St James PS, corner of Green Street/Stevenson Street, Glasgow TBC In use consumption 67kwh/sqm/annum Concept Idea Refurbishment of a currently disused, partially dilapidated Govan Parish sandstone former school in North East of the City. 26 Glasgow
29 Collegelands Geothermal Plant ZWS 10 Havannah Street, Glasgow G4 0UB Heat to Power Generation and DHN 16MWe Feasibility Study - 26 Glasgow
30 River source heat pump feasibility study for the University of Glasgow ZWS 1 University Ave, Glasgow G12 8QQ WSHP 10MW Feasibility Study WSHP on River Kelvin for low temp DHN system with additional 3.2MW CHP 26 Glasgow
32 Townhead, Drygate & Charles Street ZWS Townhead, Drygate & Charles Street CHP, Biomass and/or gas boilers 4.4-13.2MWe Feasibility Study - 26 Glasgow
37 Glasgow Cathedral heat off-take from Glasgow Royal Infirmary steam network ZWS Rue End St. Greenock, PA15 1HX Gas fired CHP and boiler heating. With LTHW heat network TBC Pre-Feasibility 90% demand supplied with WSHP with additional by gas boilers. 26 Glasgow

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