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  • Community Heating Posted on 20 June 2024

    On Demand Webinar | Get ready for regulation

    Heating the Future: Get your heat network ready for regulation

    Heat network regulation is on the horizon as the Government's latest response to consumer protections was recently published. In this webinar, we provide an overview of the regulations, explain the implications for heat network owners and guide you on the steps you need to take to be compliant.

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  • Community Heating Posted on 10 April 2024

    On Demand Webinar | Government Funding Initiatives

    Heating the Future: Government Funding Initiatives

    In this webinar, we look at the funding opportunities available for building owners with heat networks. We discuss the significance of maintaining efficient heat networks how to access funding through the Heat Network Efficiency Scheme (HNES).

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  • heat networks Posted on 15 March 2024

    New Gas Power Plants: A Positive Boost for Utilities and Heat Networks

    In a recent article, BBC News reported that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak emphasised the need for new gas power stations to bolster the UK's energy supply. While this announcement may raise a few eyebrows about carbon emissions, it is important to recognise the positive impact these plants can have on utilities, particularly heat networks. 

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  • Community Heating Posted on 24 November 2023

    On Demand Webinar | Preparing for regulation: The Ofgem Customer Protections Consultation

    Preparing for regulation: The Ofgem Customer Protections Consultation

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  • Community Heating Posted on 30 June 2023

    On Demand Webinar | What could regulation mean for pricing and tariffs?

    The Energy Bill Discount Scheme (EBDS): What it does, how it works and why efficiency matters

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