Switch2 Blog

Kirsty Lambert

Business Development Director at Switch2

A skilled director and leader with both operational and commercial experience, Kirsty has over 10 years’ experience in the community and district heating industry.

Recent Posts

Top tips to sucessful resident engagement

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 21-Jul-2017 14:28:31

Community heating schemes can bring a variety of benefits to residents but only when they are fully informed about the system; how to use it, and get the most out of it. Here are our top tips to successfully engaging with the resident after installing a new heating scheme.

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Community Energy Fortnight: Top blogs on community heating

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 30-Jun-2017 14:32:25

Community heating has never been more relevant or necessary - with 2016 seeing record levels of deployment and the sector finally beginning to make a real impact at scale in the UK.

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Effective design: Best practice for maintenance

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 22-Jun-2017 09:33:46


Getting the design right is critical for a heat network to be both reliable and efficient. Years' of experience have taught us that there are many pitfalls commonly encountered in the development of heat networks.

In our latest SlideShare we will investigate some of the key areas needed to be considered when designing your heat network or communal heating scheme that will pathe the way for best practice when it comes to maintaining them.

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Benefits to heat networks

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 18-May-2017 17:23:00

Find out how heat networks can save money, cut pollution and ease fuel poverty.

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Fuel poverty: How community heating can help

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 04-May-2017 15:49:15

No-one should be forced to choose between having food to eat and being warm and comfortable in their own home. Sadly, and all too often, this is the choice that some of the poorest and most vulnerable people face… so how can we alleviate the some of the burden of financial pressures for residents so they can heat and eat?

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