heat networks

New goverment announcement on heat network regulation

Heat Trust has welcomed today’s announcement by government of its policy progress on the road to statutory heat network regulation. When implemented, regulation provides long-awaited consumer protection for over half a million households currently served by heat networks. Heat Trust has long advocated statutory regulation of the sector, which could serve several million homes within a few decades […]

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Building owners urged to act now to secure funding for Low-Carbon Heat Network Projects

Carrier is urging building owners and operators to apply for UK government grants to commercialise and construct new low- and zero-carbon heat networks before the funding application deadline expires. There are a number of net-zero funding incentives available in the UK, including the Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF). The GHNF is a capital grant programme […]

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REHAU event explores retrofitting residential heat networks

REHAU welcomed building professionals to London last week for the latest in its in-person Retrofit 23 series of panel events exploring the deep retrofit of homes at scale, looking at heat networks. Titled Retrofit Meets: District Heating, the October 11th event discussed retrofitting low-carbon technologies in residential projects, including district heating and heat pumps. Taking place at The Building […]

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Modutherm launches “Incorporating heat pumps into low temperature heat networks” CPD

Modutherm has launched a new CIBSE-approved CPD: “Incorporating heat pumps into low temperature heat networks (LTHN)”. The new seminar focusses on the important aspects of successfully integrating and optimising heat pump performance without compromising the reliability and efficiency of the heat network, plus how terminal unit matching is a key aspect in a successful system. […]

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£13.9 million awarded in the first Heat Network Efficiency Scheme funding round

£13.9 million has been awarded to local authorities, housing associations and private sector applicants in the first Heat Network Efficiency Scheme (HNES) funding round. Gemserv can today confirm that £13.9 million of capital and revenue grant funding has been awarded to improve the efficiency of existing district and communal heat networks. This equates to 45% […]

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