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  • Community Heating Schemes Posted on 27 December 2018

    Top ten tips for saving energy during winter

    The festive winter season can be an expensive time of year. Your energy bill can quickly shoot skyward as you find yourself preparing for the big day. To help you save, we have compiled our top 10 energy saving tips to cut your consumption - and potentially your bills - this winter.

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  • District Heating Posted on 19 December 2018

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    From everyone at Switch2, we wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas and an extra happy New Year! 

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  • heat networks Posted on 14 December 2018

    UK energy in 2018: The year in figures

    Home energy consumption has fallen, but UK households are still paying a great deal more for their energy. We round up the key UK energy statistics of 2018 and have highlighted the trends.

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  • Home Energy Posted on 6 December 2018

    12 energy saving tips at Christmas

    Christmas can be an expensive time of year, but you can cut costs this winter with the following energy saving tips.

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  • Carbon Posted on 1 November 2018

    Climate change and heat networks

    Scientists are concerned that climate change is rapidly increasing due to human activity. With the Guardian's Mayer Hillman commenting that we either we cut out fossil fuels completely, or we pass on a dying planet to our children. But how can heat networks help the UK improve emissions contributing to climate change? Our infographic investigates:

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  • Customer Engagement Posted on 26 October 2018

    Getting customer services right on heat networks

    Providing a service that is both helpful and transparent is key to keeping the resident happy on community heating schemes. Fiona McDonald, head of customer services at Switch2 and crowned Champion of the year at the Decentralised Energy Awards; tells us what should be considered to get customer services right.

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