Glasgow: Clubber's body heat from the dancefloor to power SWG3 venue in Scottish first

Body heat captured from people hitting the dancefloor at a Glasgow venue will be used to help power it in a first for Scotland.

SWG3 say the innovative new method of thermal control at its gigs and clubs will drastically reduce the site’s energy usage, with potential savings of up to 70 tonnes of carbon per year.

The system will capture body heat from customers, visitors and staff before transporting it to a series of boreholes where the Finnieston venue's says it can be stored for "days, weeks or even months".

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