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Meet your obligations with heat network regulations

Posted by Ian Allan

Friday 22th May, 2020

Heat networks market consultation - what this means for heat network operators, customers & the supply chain

Posted by Ian Allan

Partnered with Switch2, Winckworth Sherwood's May seminar was hosted as a webinar.

Following the Competition and Market Authority's (CMA) market study into heat networks in 2018, where the key outcome was for regulation to be introduced into the sector, BEIS are now working on the next steps to put this in place. The Heat Network Market Framework consults on regulatory arrangements and closes in June 2020.

This webinar had Arran Mornin from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) talking through the market consultation and discussing what this means for heat network operators, customers and the supply chain.

Ian Allan, Switch2 Energy, covers what this means for the key stakeholders in heat networks, importantly customers.

Colin HallWinckworth Sherwood, takes us through the legal implications heat network operators and owners need to be aware of in these changing times. 

 

Heat Networks Market Framework

2020 consultation: summary of proposals & next steps

Presenters:
Arran Mornin, (Acting) Head of Heat Network Policy, BEIS 
Ian Allan, Head of Market Strategy, Switch2 Energy
Colin Hall, Partner, Winckworth Sherwood

 

Please click here to watch a video of the session. 

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Ian Allan

Head of Market Strategy

Areas of expertise:

• Industry challenges and issues • Heat Network Regulations • Smart metering

• Innovation in heat networks • Tariff setting • Energy prepayment • Digital innovation

• Data management • Automated Meter Reading (AMR) • Heat Interface Units

• International district heating • Compliance & best practice standards

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