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  • heat networks Posted on 26 October 2018

    Getting customer services right on heat networks

    Providing a service that is both helpful and transparent is key to keeping the resident happy on community heating schemes. Fiona McDonald, head of customer services at Switch2 and crowned Champion of the year at the Decentralised Energy Awards; tells us what should be considered to get customer services right.

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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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  • heat networks Posted on 23 August 2018

    Engaging with residents: Importance of doing it early

    A community heating scheme can bring enormous benefits to residents and the environment, but for the best results heat consumers need to be well informed, and shown how to get the best out of the system.

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  • heat networks Posted on 2 August 2018

    Summer read: Top five heat network topics

    It has been the hottest summer since 1976, and with the summer holidays finally here; our short summer read is just what you need to keep you in the know about the sector. Our blog post looks at some of the hot topics from 2018 (a perfect read in between child-minding, or during a lunch break).

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  • heat networks Posted on 5 July 2018

    Addressing the heat network monopoly

    It is a well known challenge that heat networks can be perceived as a monopoly. But why? And how are heat networks different to the national grid and domestic gas boilers?

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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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