<img src="https://secure.data-insight365.com/265768.png" style="display:none;">

Can heat meters pay for themselves?

Posted by Ian Allan

Knowledge base

Latest posts

  • Metering and billing Posted on 2 September 2022

    Unmetered Series: The energy crisis and the Cost Effectiveness Tool

    Anyone reading this will likely already be familiar with the 2014 Heat Network Regulations (HNR). The intention of the HNR’s is to ensure heat consumption is in line with what people need. It works on the assumption that if residents' charges are not linked to consumption, they have no incentive to use heat carefully and this leads to unnecessary carbon emissions, cost, and waste.

    Read more
  • Metering and billing Posted on 8 July 2022

    Unmetered Series: Can heat meters pay for themselves?

    Payback times on the installation of heat meters has historically not been a driving factor in the decision to start metering heat networks. However, the current price of gas represents a unique opportunity to mitigate dramatic effects of the energy price rises and may be the only redeeming feature of the energy crisis – payback times have never been shorter. 

    Read more
  • Metering and billing Posted on 21 June 2022

    Unmetered Series: Unmetered is unmanaged

    With the cost of energy, fuel, food and inflation affecting everyone across the country and the world, there have been fewer moments than ever before where actions can be taken that will make a real impact to people’s lives, especially to the lives of those in society who are feeling the strain more than others.

    Read more
  • Community Heating Posted on 20 April 2022

    Combatting fuel poverty through heat metering

    Rising energy prices are a concern for many in the UK and around the globe at present. According to the latest BEIS statistics, in 2020, there were an estimated 13.2 per cent of households (3.16 million) in fuel poverty in England under the Low Income Low Energy Efficiency (LILEE) metric.

    Read more
  • Metering and billing Posted on 7 December 2021

    How to plan your smart heat metering installation for unmetered heat networks

    What to do next if your unmetered heat network tests positive for final customer meters

    Hundreds of heat network operators must install final customer meters in unmetered properties – following positive cost effectiveness assessments as part of the Heat Network Metering and Billing Regulations.

    Read more
  • Metering and billing Posted on 30 November 2021

    Understanding Unmetered Heat Network Schemes

    Despite the many benefits of installing individual smart metering systems in homes connected to heat networks, around 250,000 UK properties are currently unmetered.

    Read more

Chat to one
of our advisors

You can call us

Customer Service 0333 321 2010

Sales 0330 053 5599

Getting in touch is easy.

  • * Required

Have you found what you are looking for today?

Why not fill in our form and we will be in touch with you shortly.