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Interface | Quarterly Heating Systems eZine Spring 2015

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Welcome to the first edition of the Switch2 quarterly update, Interface.


Interface is your guide to the latest in community heating systems, reporting the latest developments and what this means for you. Take a look at our leading report on the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 which came into force in December 2014 and has staged deadlines for compliance starting this spring. Community heating is certainly a hot topic right now, with plenty more for you to read up on in this first issue.


Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014: 5 Steps to Compliance

A five-point guide to ensuring compliance with UK energy efficiency legislation.


Community Heating: Who Pays?

Who is responsible for the various charges amassed by district heating systems, and how are these costs divided up?


Can Community Heating Improve UK Energy Security?

We explore the role community heating systems play in the UK’s energy security now and in the future.


8 Reasons to Consider Community Heating

Community heating can save you money - Find out how with these eight important reasons.


UK Energy in 2014: The Year in Figures

Home energy consumption has fallen, but UK households are still paying a great deal more  for their energy. We round up the key energy statistics of 2014 and highlight the trends.


Kirsty Lambert

Business Development Director at Switch2

A skilled director and leader with both operational and commercial experience, Kirsty has over 10 years’ experience in the community and district heating industry.

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