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  • District Heating Posted on 26 April 2018

    The paradigm shift to green heat networks

    Heating our homes and businesses causes almost a third of UK emissions, yet carbon reduction policy has traditionally centred on power supply. Excellent progress has been made in decarbonising the UK's power supply in recent years, with a huge shift to renewable energy sources. Now the focus is rightly moving to heat.

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  • heat network design, Posted on 22 June 2017

    Effective design: Best practice for maintenance


    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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  • heat network design, Posted on 17 March 2017

    Top 7 tips to insulating community heating systems

    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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  • heat network design, Posted on 24 November 2016

    Make sure: Heat networks are designed & commissioned correctly


    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.
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  • The paradigm shift to green heat networks (Clone)

    Heating our homes and businesses causes almost a third of UK emissions, yet carbon reduction policy has traditionally centred on power supply. Excellent progress has been made in decarbonising the UK's power supply in recent years, with a huge shift to renewable energy sources. Now the focus is rightly moving to heat.

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