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  • District Heating Posted on 20 January 2020

    What's new for heat networks in 2020?

    On the back of the General Election brings a brand-new year and decade, and with it lots of talk about Net-Zero ambitions. Heat networks are growing in popularity and our blog looks at best practice standards and regulation worth keeping an eye on in 2020.

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  • Community Heating Posted on 25 July 2019

    London climate action week: Our key message

    London Climate Action Week ran from 1 - 8 July 2019. It gave Switch2 a chance to share world-leading low carbon solutions and expertise, that highlight what London is doing to tackle the climate emergency. Our infographic explains why we need to change how we heat our homes for good, and how it helps this cause.

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  • District Heating Posted on 5 April 2019

    The climate change contest: Climate emergencies and heat networks

    Blue Planet Live is back on TV; fuelling the public with avid interest into protecting our planet from climate change. Furthermore, the headlines keep coming in about Councils and towns announcing ‘climate emergencies’.  Our blog looks at the initiatives behind a climate emergency and how they are using heat networks to drive down carbon.

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  • Community Heating Posted on 28 January 2019

    What's new for heat networks 2019

    January is well underway and with it lots of talk of Brexit (surprisingly!). But, what about heat networks we hear you ask? Our blog looks at best practice standards and regulation worth keeping an eye out on in 2019.

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  • District Heating Posted on 19 December 2018

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    From everyone at Switch2, we wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas and an extra happy New Year! 

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  • Community Heating Posted on 7 June 2018

    How the CMA market study might create a regulated heat network industry

    A few weeks ago the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) announced its preliminary findings resulting from their study of the heat network industry. In our blog we discuss the findings you need to know and how proposed regulation might affect existing heat networks, and more importantly the end customer.

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