Heat Networks (also known as communal or district heating schemes) are the net zero solution of choice for supplying low carbon heating, hot water, and/or cooling efficiently to modern-day apartment blocks.
The benefits of the economies of scale have been identified by national government, and now the use of advanced technology and carefully engineered heat networks is almost standard practice for more densely populated urban environments.
As a result, the Climate Change Committee estimates that heat networks could serve 8 million customers by 2030 and provide 20% of the UK’s heating requirements by 2050.
Seemingly subtle improvements to the heat network solution can deliver significant returns. Here’s how we work alongside key stakeholders to deliver a system that’s reliable, environmentally friendly and cost effective for the long term: