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What is an open access heat network?

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  • heat networks Posted on 2 August 2018

    Summer read: Top five heat network topics

    It has been the hottest summer since 1976, and with the summer holidays finally here; our short summer read is just what you need to keep you in the know about the sector. Our blog post looks at some of the hot topics from 2018 (a perfect read in between child-minding, or during a lunch break).

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  • Heat network regulation Posted on 26 July 2018

    A simple guide to the CMA proposed heat network regulation

    The competitions and markets authority (CMA) have published their final report, along with recommended regulation. But what does it mean for our industry? Our infographic explains:

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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 protocol 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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  • heat networks Posted on 5 July 2018

    Addressing the heat network monopoly

    It is a well known challenge that heat networks can be perceived as a monopoly. But why? And how are heat networks different to the national grid and domestic gas boilers?

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  • carbon emissions Posted on 21 June 2018

    Clean air everyday: The environmental benefits of district heating

    As we kick-start the annual Clean Air Day, we wanted highlight exactly how heat networks play an important role in making everyday a clean air day. The past few years district heating has been placed under the spotlight as an answer to upgrading our city space to becoming zero carbon. But how is this possible?

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