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  • Community Heating Posted on 1 July 2019

    London climate action week: Video from the Mayor of London

    This week we're supporting the first London Climate Action Week.  

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  • Posted on 25 June 2019

    The Housing Forum's 2019 National Conference

    This year we were lucky enough to visit the Housing Forum's 2019 National Conference ‘The Challenge of Change’ in London on the 9th May.

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  • Metering and billing 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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  • Metering and billing 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 regulation Posted on 15 April 2019

    BEIS Open letter to heat network operators

    A brief guide to the Department for Business Energy Industrial Strategy (BEIS) open letter to heat network operators. 

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  • District Heating Posted on 5 April 2019

    The climate change contest: Climate emergencies and heat networks

    Blue Planet Live is back on TV; fuelling the public with avid interest into protecting our planet from climate change. Furthermore, the headlines keep coming in about Councils and towns announcing ‘climate emergencies’.  Our blog looks at the initiatives behind a climate emergency and how they are using heat networks to drive down carbon.

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