Industrial Heat Recovery Support

Industrial Heat Recovery Support

The Industrial Heat Recovery Support (IHRS) Programme was opened on 15th October. Under this programme, Government is providing grant funding to support feasibility studies (known as Phase 1) and the implementation of capital projects (known as Phase 2) for the recovery and utilisation of excess heat from manufacturing processes and data centres.

We can support our customers with accessing and then utilising the programme. Our support can range from making strong applications for funding to carrying out heat recovery feasibility studies through to due diligence and owner’s engineer services for implementation of capital projects.

Read more in our series of blogs from Principal Consultant Dr Richard Hodges and please do get in touch with Richard directly if you require any assistance: Richard.Hodges@ricardo.com

Industrial heat recovery can cut carbon emissions – and costs

Around the world, industrial processes release vast amounts of heat as waste to the atmosphere. Where this heat can be recovered and this does not happen, a significant opportunity to improve process efficiency, reduce costs and even generate new revenue streams is missed.

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Grant Funding Available for Manufacturing Sites & Data Centres

Launch of Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme – Grant Funding Available for Manufacturing Sites and Data Centres

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Identifying eligible projects & making strong applications

Grant funding may be available for projects that recover heat from an existing process and use it in one of the following ways...

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Identifying projects and assessing feasibility

Under Phase 1 of the Programme, applications can be made for funding to carry out feasibility studies for heat recovery and re-use. In this blog, I discuss some of the more important steps involved in identifying an opportunity for heat recovery

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