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  • heat networks Posted on 7 October 2020

    Heat networks to address the Climate Emergency

    Concern over climate change is sweeping through UK local government. Approximately 282 local authorities having declared a climate emergency. This represents 68% of all UK local authorities. These declarations commit the respective authorities to achieve net zero carbon status by a variety of target dates ranging from 2030 to 2050. There is also variation in what this means – for some it is to achieve net zero carbon for the authority itself whereas others seek to achieve it for their areas. This recognition of the seriousness of the threat of climate change is welcome. However, the test of their commitment will be in delivering net zero carbon.

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  • heat networks Posted on 9 January 2020

    Committee of Climate Change Letter to PM - What does this mean for heat networks?

    On the back of the General Election 2019 and just before the year came to a close, Lord Deben and Baroness Brown wrote to the Prime Minister on behalf of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) to congratulate him on his election victory, but also to highlight the importance of his promise in relation to the environment.

     

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  • decarbonisation Posted on 3 December 2019

    Don't forget urgent climate challenge of heat decarbonisation

    The tough challenge of heat decarbonisation mustn't be forgotten by global policymakers at the UN climate change conference, says heat network specialist Ian Allan, of Switch2 Energy.

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  • heat networks Posted on 21 November 2019

    Removing the barriers to heat decarbonisation

    Decarbonising heat is one of the toughest challenges faced  in tackling the urgent  climate emergency, says Ian Allan, Head of Market Strategy for heat networks

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  • heat networks Posted on 14 November 2019

    Heat networks offer key to cleaner more affordable energy

    In the next few years it's unlikely that hot water and heating in new homes will be supplied by individual gas boilers. The focus will move to cleaner energy more affordable systems, such as heat networks, says Richard Slee, CEO of Switch2 Energy.

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