Trust issues and concerns over heat network zoning, government study shows

Local authorities believe there is “insufficient capacity” within the public sector to deliver ambitious schemes

Heat network customers may be able to sue operators over skyrocketing prices

People living in flats with communal heating have reportedly seen rises of up to 700% in their bills

Industry reacts to government’s Electricity Security Bill

What are the industry’s thoughts about the Energy Security Bill?

UK council-owned heat network to sever ties with Gazprom

Aberdeen Heat & Power has started the process of finding a new supplier

New partnership to prepare Ofgem for regulation of heat networks

An Ofgem Executive will work with Heat Trust as Head of Compliance and Audit on a 12-month secondment

Manchester switches on a light that will never go out

The local authority has switched on the ‘Tower of Light’ which is part of a massive heat network project that will distribute low carbon heat and electricity

Vattenfall launches ‘UK’s largest’ heat network

The project is forecast to provide heat to the equivalent of half a million homes in London

UK’s low carbon heat warms up with £270m boost

The new heat network funding will only support low carbon technologies, including heat pumps

North London warms up with low carbon heat funding

Nearly 50,000 homes will benefit from major extensions of a community heat network

UK pumps £44m into green heat

The funding will support three heat networks in London, Manchester and Cambridgeshire