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Meet your obligations with heat network regulations

Posted by Ian Allan

Thursday 8th April, 2021

On Demand Webinar | Heat Network Regulations - how to categorise your buildings

Posted by Lucy Glynn

Heat Network Regulations - how to complete the notifications template

As part of the recent updates to the Heat Network Regulations, heat suppliers need to analyse their buildings on heat networks and categorise them as either; viable, open or exempt. This categorisation needs to be included in the Notification template, and those classed as ‘open’ must complete the cost effectiveness tool to check if metering is required.

Our webinar will explain the categories and demonstrate to heat suppliers how they can analyse their stock. There will also be time for questions.

The key points covered in the webinar are:

1. Heat Network Regulations: 2020 update
2. Building classes

  • What are they?
  • What is a building?
  • How to classify
  • Where to enter on the Notification template

3. Q&A



Ian Allan – Head of Market Strategy (Switch2)

Ian Allan is a specialist in district and community heating, whose career in the industry spans more than 25 years. Ian is a leading authority on smart metering, data management and billing systems, including new generation prepayment technologies. Ian was on the ADE panel for the Heat Networks Market Framework and was on the committee for the recently updated CIBSE CP1 2020.


The webinar is now available to view on-demand by completing the form below

*For those working in local authorities, housing associations, private developers, contractors and consultants - with responsibility for developing and managing heat networks

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