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  • Customer Engagement Posted on 6 June 2019

    Heat network stakeholders: The importance of the bill payer

    Until now, the conversation around community heating has focused on engineering and other technical issues. But, increasingly, policymakers are stepping in with rules (and incentives) to drive value for money and the needs of the end user. In this slideshare presentation we explore the issues.

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  • heat networks Posted on 16 May 2019

    Podcast: Translating the heat network supply chain open protocol

    A simplified analogy to open protocol heat networks, heat network owners are becoming increasingly interested in the option to ‘pick n mix’ their network suppliers. Our podcast explains the common challenges when adopting this approach and ways that it can be alleviated.

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  • heat networks Posted on 9 May 2019

    Round 9 HNDU funding: The basics and how you can apply

    The Heat Network Delivery Unit (HNDU) funding round nine has launched. Could you be eligible to enter? Our blog looks at what you need to know about the HNDU funding, and how it can help future heat network projects.

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  • optimised heat networks Posted on 2 May 2019

    Optimising heat networks: Delivering on carbon saving potentials

    How to ensure your district or community heating scheme delivers on its full cost and carbon saving potential

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  • Tariff setting Posted on 29 April 2019

    Components of the heat tariff: What to cover

    Heat networks in the UK often struggle to recover the cost of consumer heating. Considering setting the tariff earlier in the project and with the resident in mind, can help keep costs low and fair.

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  • heat network design Posted on 18 April 2019

    Insulating in building heat networks

    The UK must cut carbon emissions by 80 per cent to meet 2050 targets, but with a third of those emissions coming from heating draughty buildings; insulation is key. Our blog explains what can be done to improve in building efficiencies using insulation. 

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