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  • heat networks Posted on 29 October 2019

    Dash from gas but what to? Halloween special

    It’s the Halloween special, and we’re thinking about the scary future as the country commits its ‘dash from gas’... but to what?

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  • Metering and billing Posted on 3 October 2019

    Fourth anniversary of the heat network (metering and billing) regulations

    This year marks the fourth anniversary of the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations. Introduced in 2014, we take a look at how the regulations have evolved and what you need to do to remain compliant.

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  • open protocol Posted on 8 August 2019

    What is an open access PAYG metering system in a heat network?

    Open or closed PAYG metering systems for heat networks, what is the difference and what's best for you and your residents?

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  • Community Heating Posted on 25 July 2019

    London climate action week: Our key message

    London Climate Action Week ran from 1 - 8 July 2019. It gave Switch2 a chance to share world-leading low carbon solutions and expertise, that highlight what London is doing to tackle the climate emergency. Our infographic explains why we need to change how we heat our homes for good, and how it helps this cause.

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  • heat networks Posted on 18 July 2019

    Innovation Forum: Decarbonising our housing stock

    The Housing Forum’s Innovation Forum, supported by the Mayor of London and part of the London Climate Action Week; the session took place on 5th July 2019 and focused on decarbonising the UK’s housing stock. View our SlideShare for more:

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  • heat networks Posted on 27 June 2019

    What the future holds for UK core cities and heat networks

    It's our intention at Switch2, to raise the profile of heat networks as a mechanism to decarbonise heat in the UK.  Our SlideShare looks at what the future might hold for our core cities and the use of district and community heating. 

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