Guinness Brewery to power new Hospital -

Guinness Brewery to power new Hospital

Posted in The Green Room Bar by faun on 12 Aug 2015.

Waste heat produced by the Guinness Brewery could be used to help power the new National Children's Hospital.

A feasibility study is due to begin shortly on whether excess heat produced by St James's Gate could be recycled and used to heat the €650m hospital, helping to reduce costs.

A 10-year planning permission has been sought for the facility on the St James's Hospital campus in Dublin, which will cater for almost 75,000 patients a year.

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