Three companies are in the running to work with the council on the controversial project to decarbonise the city’s energy system
Bristol’s mayor has named the three companies in the running to work with the council on a controversial £1billion project to decarbonise the city’s energy system.
Called City Leap, the ambitious project aims to turn Bristol into a “zero-carbon, smart energy city” by 2030.
Ameresco, Engie and E.on – all major players in the international energy sector – are now jostling for pole position to become Bristol City Council’s joint-venture partner in the scheme.
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