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  • optimised heat networks Posted on 2 May 2019

    Optimising heat networks: Delivering on carbon saving potentials

    How to ensure your district or community heating scheme delivers on its full cost and carbon saving potential

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  • heat network design Posted on 18 April 2019

    Insulating in building heat networks

    The UK must cut carbon emissions by 80 per cent to meet 2050 targets, but with a third of those emissions coming from heating draughty buildings; insulation is key. Our blog explains what can be done to improve in building efficiencies using insulation. 

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  • Community Heating Posted on 30 October 2018

    8 reasons a connected HIU is the right solution for your heat network

    A new range of heat interface units (HIUs) are making their way on to the market. Said to be the next generation of HIU, the connected successor enhances the benefits of operating an indirect connected heat network. But, could it be the product of choice for your heat network project?

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  • heat networks Posted on 15 October 2018

    Heat for a cooler planet: Environmental benefits of heat networks

    To celebrate GreenGB week, we explain how adopting heat network for heat and hot water for your development can reap environmental rewards as well boosting financial and fuel-efficiency.

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  • optimised heat networks Posted on 28 September 2018

    Optimising heat networks: Putting metering data into good use

    A successful metering strategy is crucial to delivering high performing district heating schemes. But connect this with the Building Energy Management System (BEMS) and remote monitoring, and now you're on to something!

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  • open protocol Posted on 24 September 2018

    Disjointed: The heat network supply chain

    A heat network must deliver quality heat at an affordable price. But with many stakeholders in the supply chain how can this be achieved? Our infographic explains.

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