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Posted By: TheDoctoryes, water is pumped to the tank, but the feed to the community is gravity fed
Posted By: mike7Could serve as a handy 'ground source' of heat for a heat pump, but unkind to users downstream unless they're far away....
Posted By: renewablejohnwere into water supply not power generation
Posted By: TheDoctorOK,I was having a discussion with a neighbour (ahh! why does this site persist with a Yanky spellchecker!)their words : "we have a f*ck off water main runnung through the estate, can we not get a turbine built into it for local electricity?"my response:Scottish water wont have any of it - will laugh in your general directionflow isnt generated by gravity, but by use, so would be intermittentrisk of contaminationrisks water supply for faults / maintenancewill reduce flow - may be high pressure here, but not by the last tap on the lineso - is there any mileage here, or is this a dafty thought?
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