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

Community Heating Project Checklist [SlideShare]

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 29-Sep-2017 16:20:57

 

Key advice to help you get your scheme up and running...

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What is community and district heating?

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 21-Sep-2017 08:49:43

It’s important to point out, that even the decentralised energy sector sometimes struggle to understand what is community and district heating and the differences between them. Therefore we thought it would be useful to explain what they are and to demonstrate the differences, clearing up some of the common preconceptions.

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Preparing for heat season: How social landlords and heat networks can tackle fuel poverty

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 08-Sep-2017 11:06:01

September is upon us and with it, the promise of a chilly autumn; which means we need to be ready to tackle the next heat season. With major reports from leading charities for both the elderly and children, fuel poverty is an important topic that must be addressed. Read on to see how more effective community heat metering can alleviate the issue.

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Successful and helpful resident engagement on heat networks

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 05-Sep-2017 09:05:13

A community heating scheme can bring enormous benefits to residents and the environment, but for the best results heat consumers need to be well informed, and shown how to get the best out of the system.Our blog looks at key topics to successful resident engagement.

 

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London Environment Strategy: What it means for community heating

Posted by Kirsty Lambert on 22-Aug-2017 15:18:37

The draft London Environment Strategy recently released, highlighted the six key policy areas the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan is to address in the upcoming London Plan, due to be published later this year. The Mayor’s Plan focuses on areas which contribute to the functioning and improvement of London life. We examine how this will shape district heating schemes in London and its role on protecting Londoners as well as future proofing green energy infrastructure.

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