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The Heat Network Regulations Update - April 2017

Posted by Ian Allan on 13-Apr-2017 09:47:56

At our latest seminar, Simon Trevenna from the Department of Business Energy Industrial Strategy (BEIS) discussed the latest updates to the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations. This blog looks at the key information and changes to deadlines that you need to know, in order to stay compliant.

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What you need to know: Planning your heating systems

Posted by Steve Coates on 10-Mar-2017 10:23:34

For affordable housing providers across the country, maintaining heating and hot water supplies to residents is one of the biggest challenges; especially when it comes to frequently involving the care of vulnerable user groups, and routinely gaining access to occupied properties.

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Video: Understanding the Heat Network Regulations

Posted by Ian Allan on 16-Feb-2017 13:33:22

The Department of Business Energy Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is due to make new announcements on the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations in the upcoming months. With the feasibility tool due to be launched, and refreshed deadlines probable for final customer heat metering. But do you know what is required to abide by the law once the tool is launched? And what benefits can this bring to residents on heat networks?

Watch our short video to find out more.

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Brexit and Trump: The dilemmas for heat networks

Posted by Ian Allan on 19-Jan-2017 10:28:11

A few months ago we discussed the implications that Brexit may have on the Heat Network Regulations. Continuing on from this, and after the Prime Minister’s Brexit speech on Tuesday; we thought that a further update was due on how we expect Brexit coupled with President Trump’s inauguration is likely to affect the heat network industry.

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Running community heating systems efficiently

Posted by Steve Coates on 16-Dec-2016 09:06:18

As a building/energy manager with a portfolio of residential buildings supplied with heating and hot water from a community heating scheme; you will be well aware of the associated economic and environmental savings that can be made to benefit your residents and address fuel poverty. The question is, how do you do it?

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