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  • Energy efficiency Posted on 28 September 2018

    Optimising heat networks: Putting metering data into good use

    A successful metering strategy is crucial to delivering high performing district heating schemes. But connect this with the Building Energy Management System (BEMS) and remote monitoring, and now you're on to something!

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  • District Heating Posted on 8 March 2018

    Green energy and heat networks

    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. 

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  • Posted on 19 January 2018

    Recyling our waste heat

    Did you know that for every kWh created for electricity – 2 kWh of heat is wasted? Or that the UK throws enough heat to fulfil our total demand in heating? Our latest blog looks at recycling the heat that we currently are wasting in our cities and industries.

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  • Community Heating Posted on 30 November 2017

    Efficient systems: A fair deal for the resident

    It’s no surprise that an efficient community heating scheme will provide greater benefits and a more reliable and consistent service to residents compared to an inefficient heating scheme. So what should housing managers consider to improve scheme efficiencies and provide a fair deal for the resident?

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  • heat networks Posted on 17 March 2017

    Top 7 tips to insulating community heating systems

    The UK needs to cut carbon emissions by 80 per cent in order to meet 2050 targets. And with a third of those emissions coming from heating draughty buildings; insulation is key. But what should be considered when community heating is in the mix?

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  • heat networks Posted on 10 March 2017

    What you need to know: Planning your heating systems

    For affordable housing providers across the country, maintaining heating and hot water supplies to residents is one of the biggest challenges; especially when it comes to frequently involving the care of vulnerable user groups, and routinely gaining access to occupied properties.

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