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District Heating

The Lyceum is a 1068-seat theatre in the city centre and the last example of an Edwardian auditorium in Sheffield. The theatre re-opened in 1990 and is now a venue for touring West End productions and operas by Opera North as well as locally produced shows. It is part of the Sheffield Theatres complex with the neighbouring Crucible Theatre and the Crucible Studio.

Sheffield’s District Heating provides more than 140 buildings in and around the city centre with a low carbon energy source generated from Sheffield’s non-recyclable waste. These buildings include the Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield City Hall, Ponds Forge, Weston Park Hospital, the Universities and the Millennium Galleries.

In an average year the District Heating network prevents over 21,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from being released across the city. Veolia have more information about district heating including a map that shows where the buildings heated by District Heating are.

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  • Modified: Oct 25, 2013 2:13:39 PM