Edinburgh University in Scotland has announced that work on its new £110m student village will commence early in 2013, and cogeneration power will play a part.

Energy for the facilities will be provided by the university’s combined heat and power energy centre.

Plans for the site include the demolition of the existing 1960s buildings and the creation of a new outreach centre, 1160 student flats, offices, shops, bars and restaurants.

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