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What is an open access heat network?

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  • heat network performance Posted on 24 September 2018

    Disjointed: The heat network supply chain

    A heat network must deliver quality heat at an affordable price. But with many stakeholders in the supply chain how can this be achieved? Our infographic explains.

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  • Community Heating Posted on 14 September 2018

    Can community heating help fight against fuel poverty?

    Community heating systems are leading the fight against one of the UK’s more avoidable social issues.

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  • heat network design, Posted on 6 September 2018

    Tips to improving heat supply on community heating schemes

    The UK needs to cut carbon emissions by 80 per cent in order to meet 2050 targets. And with a third of those emissions coming from heating draughty buildings; insulation is key. But what should be considered when community heating is in the mix?

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  • Community Heating Posted on 17 August 2018

    Running efficient and fair community heating systems

    Similarly to worker bees,  community heating schemes need to be efficient, running to optimum performance in order to ensure quality heat and affordability to end customers (or in the case of bees, ensuring enough food for winter). So what should housing managers consider to improve scheme efficiencies and provide a fair deal for the resident?

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  • optimised heat networks Posted on 19 July 2018

    Connected thinking: Making heat networks energy efficient

    It's no surprise that an efficient community heating scheme will provide better benefits and a reliable, consistent service to residents. But how can this be done and what needs to be considered? Our SlideShare investigates.

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  • Open access Posted on 12 July 2018

    What is an open access heat network?

    Open or closed protocol systems for heat networks, what is the difference and what's best for you and your residents?

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