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  • Community Heating Posted on 8 August 2022

    Supporting residents: Why heat network performance should be a priority for building owners

    Heat networks are an excellent way of providing low cost, reliable, low carbon heat to the residents. However, things have not always be done as well as they could be. 

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  • Energy efficiency Posted on 3 August 2022

    Are low cost HIUs a false economy?

    In a recent meeting where we had just presented the ICON connected HIU features and benefits, we were asked the following question: ‘What impact do these additional IoT benefits have on the capital cost of the HIU and what is the expected payback?

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  • Community Heating Posted on 29 July 2022

    Heat Network Efficiency: What’s in it for building owners?

    Communal heating schemes have a reputation for being very inefficient. It’s a widely held perception that communal heating means high tariffs for residents, increased standing charges and reduced reliability, making it an unfavourable option for residents. But is there any truth to this?

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  • heat networks Posted on 22 July 2022

    On Demand Webinar | The energy crisis and what it means for metering

    The energy crisis and what it means for metering

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  • heat networks Posted on 20 July 2022

    On Demand Webinar | Combatting rising gas prices through optimised heat network performance

    Combatting rising gas prices through optimised heat network performance..

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  • Community Heating Posted on 11 July 2022

    The basics: What is community and district heating?

    Even the decentralised energy sector sometimes struggle to understand what is community and district heating and the differences between them. Therefore we thought it would be useful to explain what they are and to demonstrate the differences, clearing up some of the common preconceptions.

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