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heat from rivers could supply energy to thousands of homes
Energy Minister Ed David wants to see the rapid development of water
Source heat pump.
They take waste heat from the river and then input it into a local network or a single building to provide low heat
The carbon form of energy.
The Department of Energy released a \"heat map\" today \"(see graphic)
Help developers and local authorities determine the best location to install the pump to align it with areas with high heat demand.
The first of its kind system in the Thames provides hot water to 150 families and a large hotel in Richmond Park, saving 500 tons of carbon emissions, otherwise it will pollute the atmosphere through traditional gas
Ignition or electric heating.
Water is drawn from two metres below the surface of the Thames, where latent heat persists at constant temperatures from 8C to 10C.
Mr. David said: \"It sounds amazing, but with mature technology, we can now extract some of the heat from the rivers and the estuary and use that energy to heat our homes and offices.
\"I want to help communities across the UK use our waterways for heating,\" he said . \".
\"This new map is designed to help communities, parliaments and developers identify the most promising opportunities.
\"If we can succeed on a large scale, it will cut UK imports and boost our families --
The supply of clean and safe energy is increasing.
\"The alliance is eager to introduce lower
In order to achieve the strict EU emission target, the carbon form of energy production.
Europe\'s goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2030, with EU energy coming from renewable sources.
This map was designed to demonstrate the potential of the technology, which is popular in Japan and Scandinavia and can be heated for individual residences.
It will be updated as the research continues.