There is a major motive to reduce emissions from cars and electricity generation; transport and power stations actually only account for 20% and 30% respectively of our carbon emissions, compared to 50% from heat production.Read More
District heating in the UK is starting to show its prowess as an answer to low carbon heat. Our latest blog looks at the top five heat networks and how they are bringing innovation to the sector and benefits to residents.
To measure and manage the heat network efficiency, the installation of appropriate metering needs to be considered and implemented. Metering needs to be of the right type, installed in the right place and provide accurate, reliable data. And, to be effective, you need an airtight metering strategy.Read More
The green credentials of creating renewable energy for community heating are now well established. But as networks become more established and expand, important economic benefits are feeding through. Add to that the Government funding commitments for at least the next four years, and now really is the time for developers to explore their options.