Five posts that will help you to improve your residents’ experiences

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  • Community Heating Posted on 8 June 2018

    How the CMA market study might create a regulated heat network industry

    A few weeks ago the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) announced its preliminary findings resulting from their study of the heat network industry. In our blog we discuss the findings you need to know and how proposed regulation might affect existing heat networks, and more importantly the end customer.

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  • heat networks Posted on 6 June 2018

    Five posts that will help you to improve your residents’ experiences

    Over the past few months, we’ve been focusing on putting residents at the heart of community heating schemes. Here are six posts that will give you the guidance you need.

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  • District Heating Posted on 27 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 networks Posted on 6 June 2018

    The benefits of community and district heating schemes

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


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  • heat networks Posted on 28 February 2018

    The end of year update: Heat networks

    Now in the final few days of 2017 and ready to break up for Christmas; it’s time to reflect on what 2017 has brought to the heat network industry. Our latest blog reflects upon some of the initiatives that have happened and what is worth keeping an eye on in 2018.

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  • heat networks Posted on 14 July 2017

    Differences in regulation for community and district heating

    The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 are now three years old and are playing an important role to help regulate the heating and cooling sector. However that doesn’t mean that heat suppliers and stakeholders understand them fully and the repercussions for not abiding by them. This blog investigates what you should know, and how the regulation differs between district heating and community heating schemes.

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