In the UK, the development of heat networks (or district heating) is becoming recognised as a key component in our future energy strategy. Heat networks are able to meet the following aims:
- The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through the use of a wide range of low carbon and renewable heat sources
- Improved security of energy supply through the diversification of energy sources for heating, reducing the dependence on fossil fuel imports
- The offer of a heat supply that is good value and that helps to reduce fuel poverty
Our team of energy consultants, is able to provide advice on suitable heat network solutions that offer good reliability over a long life, low carbon intensity of heat supplies and low operating costs.