Tag: Heat Networks

Hampshire village to be UK’s largest water-source heating and cooling network  

Welborne Garden Village, described as a new generation sustainable garden village will ultimately see the installation of a 6000-home energy network, using an underground reservoir to drive the heat pumps.

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Switching streets to low-carbon heat

Nesta’s Alasdair Hiscock, Andy Marsden, Kevin Wiley and Elin Price explain networked heat pumps and where they fit in the decarbonisation picture.

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Kings Cross ‘Heatropolis’ to lay foundations for widescale district heating

UK Power Networks’ Heatropolis project aims to create a blueprint, showing how the decarbonisation of the King’s Cross heat network could scale up for millions of buildings across the country.

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Cenergist claims first for high-temperature air source heat pumps

Energy and water efficiency specialist Cenergist has completed what it believes to be the UK’s first installation of high-temperature air source heat pumps for residential use.

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Government heat network specialists urge industry to seize funding opportunities

Developers and public sector urged to think beyond single building heating to create low-carbon networks that can reuse sources of waste heat

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Unleashing the potential for district heating in Ireland

Gemserv’s Samantha Shea outlines a significant opportunity for the heating sector.

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Spotlight on: Mitsubishi Electric

In the latest of his series of features homing in on low-carbon movers and shakers, Andrew Gaved visits Martin Fahey, Head of Sustainability at Mitsubishi Electric

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Community-led heat networks can help drive low carbon heating

Community-led heat networks would help to drive forward adoption from homeowners and businesses, according to specialist polymer manufacturer REHAU.

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“We need to demystify the language around district heating”

A month into her role as MD at Vattenfall Heat UK, Jenny Curtis spoke to Lucy Dixon about the role of district heating in decarbonising heat.

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Heat network regulation must deliver cheaper and more reliable systems, says Heat Trust

The 900,000 heat network consumers in Great Britain will judge regulation to have failed if it does not deliver cheaper, fairer and more reliable heating systems that are fit for the future, Heat Trust has told the government.

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Vattenfall using sniffer dogs to detect heat network leaks

Detection dogs are being trained to find district heat network leaks.

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Seven heat networks receive £91 million to decarbonise buildings

Triple Point Heat Networks Investment Management has announced that seven low carbon heat networks have secured offers of funding from the Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF). Schemes in East London, Bradford, Rotherham, Cornwall, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, and Reading have secured a £91 million share of the fund. Ken Hunnisett, Programme Director for Triple Point Heat Networks […]

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