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Transparent Heat: Understanding the pricing structure

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 23-Feb-2017 15:05:15

Done wrong, pricing and billing can be a real bone of contention. But, done right it can become a major source of customer satisfaction. That’s why scheme operators are putting in the effort to establish clear and fair pricing structures, with residents fully aware and in the know.

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Video: Understanding the Heat Network Regulations

Posted by Ian Allan on 16-Feb-2017 13:33:22

The Department of Business Energy Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is due to make new announcements on the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations in the upcoming months. With the feasibility tool due to be launched, and refreshed deadlines probable for final customer heat metering. But do you know what is required to abide by the law once the tool is launched? And what benefits can this bring to residents on heat networks?

Watch our short video to find out more.

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Housing White Paper: What does is mean for heat networks?

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 09-Feb-2017 16:28:30

The Government’s latest white paper highlights the steps needed to be taken in order to quickly and effectively fix our “broken” housing market. Part of this ambition is to build 200,000 new homes per year. But what will a fast-tracked approach mean for a sustainable UK; and will it consider future-proofing our utility infrastructure?

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Air pollution: How can heat networks help?

Posted by Ian Allan on 03-Feb-2017 16:03:54

This week, air pollution has been an intoxicating topic in the press, with newspapers and radio stations reporting that air pollution in London is passing levels being recorded in Beijing. But what should we be thinking about when it comes to cleaning up our air? And how can renewable heat networks help?

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The Heated Debate: Setting the heat tariff for the resident

Posted by Ian Allan on 26-Jan-2017 14:02:28

The heat tariff is a key customer touchpoints with a resident on a communal heating scheme, and should be considered very early on in your planning process. Our latest infographic looks at what you should be thinking about and the different ways you can set a fair and transparent tariff for your residents.

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