European energy giant Vattenfall is set to power more than 10,500 British homes with a low carbon heating network supplied with warmth from a waste facility.
Vattenfall Heat UK will procure heat generated at a Cory Riverside Energy waste plant in Belvedere to power households in East London.
Vattenfall will design, develop and operate the heat network, which once activated, could eradicate up to 90% of carbon emissions compared to conventional gas boilers.
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