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Viking Energy Network Jarrow

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  1. Overview
  2. How it will work
  3. Timeline

Overview

The Viking Energy Network is a proposed cutting-edge renewable energy scheme.

It will extract heat from the River Tyne and export it to nine council-owned buildings in Jarrow, South Tyneside.

Benefits include:

  • cut carbon emissions by an estimated 1,035 tonnes per year 
  • save around half a million pounds in fuel costs per year

The multi-million-pound scheme will be the first of its kind in the UK.

The project has attracted a £3.5m ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) grant for its innovative approach.

South Tyneside Council has declared a climate emergency and pledged to take all necessary steps to make the Council carbon neutral by 2030. This scheme will make a huge contribution to this goal. More about the Council's response to climate change.


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