CHA Power Ltd
CHA Power Limited (CHAP) is a wholly owned subsidiary company set up by Clydebank Housing Association in 2005 to provide energy-efficient and affordable heat and hot water to the residents of Radnor Park, Clydebank.
This subsidiary was developed in order to replace tenants ageing and expensive electric storage heating systems. The CHP scheme reduces energy bills and combats both greenhouse gases and fuel poverty by using a heat network supplying more than one building or customer. The gas-fired engines at the power station, located next to the flats, provide 370 2-bedroom flats over seven multi-storey buildings with continuous heating and hot water for a fixed price per week. Prices have been frozen now for 5 years at £11.95 per week. Our CHA Power plant generates electricity and, as a by-product, heat is produced and used to provide the heat and hot water to tenants whilst the electricity is sold back to the National Grid.
Our information leaflet, contained in the table below, provides more information on how to operate CHP within our homes but please do not hesitate to contact the Maintenance Team at our office for any further clarification.
|CHP Instructions 2019|
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