Glasshouse Ground-Source Heat Pump

16th April 2019 – 7th June 2019

A plant nursery requires a ground-source heat pump to heat a new state-of-the-art glasshouse.

The details of the opportunity, including how to find out more, can be found here (please note, the deadline was extended to 31st May 2019 and again to 7th June). The specification mentioned can be found here. The drawings are here and here.

If you are having any difficulty accessing these documents, please contact Derek Moss on 07990 442730 or derek.moss@dorsetcc.gov.uk.

 

Full guidance on the Low Carbon Dorset procurement process can be found in our online Procurement Guide.

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