Debate surrounding renewable energy is vast and ongoing, but most people agree that any system that reuses energy is a good thing. In a dance venue, a clubber can emit a lot of body heat, but until now capturing that energy to repurpose it has presented a challenge. Enter BODYHEAT, a low carbon technology start-up that has found a solution to that challenge.

Showing that even larger music venues can be powered sustainably, SWG3 (Studio Warehouse Glasgow, which is on the bank of the River Clyde) has installed a giant heat pump system using underground boreholes to store the energy captured from ...


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