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Nightclub to be Powered by Party Energy!

The venue in Glasgow is looking to harness the heat energy of clubbers.

A nightclub in Glasgow is planning to capture the heat energy emitted by people dancing, channeling it into bore holes then harnessing it as power.

The system, called, BODYHEAT, uses pumps and fluids to trap the heat radiating from clubbers which can then be stored as a sustainable source of either heating, electricity or air conditioning.

The new technology will be launched at SWG3 on 7th November to coincide with COP26, to be held in the same city this November, with the potential to reduce up to 70 tonnes of carbon per year.


Posted by Claire Edwards 18 October 2021

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