'energy costs'

Energy Summit: Building a Sustainable Future

Date: 19/09/2018

 

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Across the UK there is a growing demand for energy efficient homes and for the housing industry to deliver more sustainable places to live. The affordability of energy, the concept of fuel poverty, and the idea of cleaner economic growth have also emerged as issues of political and social significance.

 

 

With many homes built before the introduction of energy performance regulation, it is not surprising that energy use in our homes is currently responsible for 25% of the ...

Innovation Forum Output: Heat Networks - the good, the bad and the data

Date: 17/07/2018

 

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How to make CHP and community heating schemes more effective for both landlords and customers was the subject of a free half-day seminar in London in June.

 

Hosted by The Housing Forum and community heating specialist Switch2 Energy, the seminar included expert industry speakers speakers from the consultants Martin Arnold Associates, and legal experts Trowers & Hamlins.

 

Delegates were provided with real-life examples from CHP and communal heating schemes and ...

Innovation Forum - Heat Networks: The good, the bad and the data

Date: 01/06/2018

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How to improve the effectiveness of CHP and community heating

 

How to make CHP and community heating schemes more effective for both landlords and customers is the subject of a free half-day seminar in central London on Friday 15th June 2018.

 

Expert industry speakers will draw on real-life examples from CHP and communal heating schemes to show delegates how to take a more intelligent, informed and compliant approach to heat network design, development, implementation and ...

Innovation Workshop on Digitalisation in Heat Networks – Benefits for Residents- 31 March

Date: 23/03/2017

 

 

 

The Housing Forum along with Switch2 are holding an interactive workshop will cover the latest policy developments in housing, heat networks regulation and a video demonstration of connected heat networks and will take place at The Housing Forum’s offices in the City of London. The programme is available here. 

 

Presenters include :  Simon Trevenna, UK Implementation Manager (Heat), ‎Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy ...