|Galliford Try wins £10m green power contract|
Galliford Try Renewables has been awarded a £10m contract to provide low and zero carbon energy to the first major zero carbon housing development in the UK.
Galliford Try will design, install and operate a gas-powered combined heat and power plant as well as other zero carbon technologies at a mixed use development being built by the Linden Downland Graylingwell LLP for the Homes and Communities Agency in West Sussex.
Heat from the plant will be distributed to the 750 homes on the site through a network distributor mains while electricity will be delivered through a number of renewable energy solutions.
Galliford Try Renewables will start work on the project next month with the project due to be completed over a number of development phases.