Heating is the UK’s biggest source of carbon emissions. Right now, 500,000 UK homes are connected to heat networks that are supposed to be more efficient and generate fewer carbon emissions, but they are wasteful from the point of installation.
Can heat consumers enjoy affordable, reliable and low carbon heat? Can heat suppliers lower capex and opex spends and also deliver excellent heat network performance?
For Heat Vision 2030 we asked a panel of experts from the heat network sector to reflect on how we move low carbon heat network deployment forward in 2021.
With over 300,000 existing heat network connections in the UK that still require a fit-for-purpose metering and billing system, and regulations due to be updated soon, now’s the time for building owners to assess their housing stock and source the best service provider to meet their needs.
Minibems, alongside our partners in the Heat Vision 2030 project, has been nominated for a Decentralised Energy Award.
Alistair Moore recently joined the Minibems team as Heat Network Consultant, putting his skills into practice by demonstrating the need for real-time, demand driven control for communal and district heating systems.
Minibems is unique in applying IoT technology to dynamically control real-time flow rate, operate and monitor the use of heat for each dwelling across the heat network development.
Interested in finding out how we can optimise your heat network?