Energy engineering experts have announced plans to install the UK’s largest fuel cell development in Scotland which will be “on a par” with the largest in Europe.
The ground-breaking deal will see the creation of a dedicated, onsite energy centre to provide power, heat and cooling to the new £333m ($406m) Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC).
Working with development partner Henry Boot Developments, M&E project contractor FES and principal contractor Robertson Group, engineering specialist Doosan Babcock has been awarded the fuel cell installation contract.
The power industry service provider will supply three of its 460kW Doosan Purecell® units to provide an independent source of low-emission heat and power for the 150-acre site.
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