The basics: What’s the difference between an ambient loop heat network and a 4th generation heat network?

2023-03-16T13:49:14+00:0016 March 2023|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , |

In this article, we aim to clarify the difference between two types of heat networks: 4th generation and ambient loop. For both, we’ll consider how they are affected by the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations, and how monitoring these types of heat networks can improve performance. What is [...]

Be Seen: What are the GLA’s new energy monitoring requirements and how do heat networks comply?

2023-02-27T11:58:25+00:0013 January 2023|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , , |

The London Plan Policy SI 2 sets out the ‘be seen’ requirement for all major development proposals to monitor and report on their actual operational energy performance for at least five years. The ‘Be Seen’ energy monitoring guidance explains how to comply. What is a ‘major development’? Major developments [...]

Webinar: Could you be caught by the changes to the Heat Network (M&B) Regulations?

2022-01-09T08:46:44+00:0011 February 2021|Categories: Webinar|Tags: , |

On 11 February 2021, Guru Systems and Insite Energy hosted the webinar: Could you be caught by the changes to the Heat Network (M&B) Regulations? How to assess and deliver retrofit projects that reduce operational costs and debt risk Watch the recording below. Summary Following the recent changes to the [...]

Webinar: Towards efficient, low carbon heat networks for social housing

2022-01-09T08:08:44+00:0021 October 2020|Categories: Webinar|Tags: , , , |

On 1 October 2020, Guru Systems, together with FairHeat and Sycous, hosted the webinar Towards efficient, low carbon heat networks for social housing. Watch the recording and download the case studies. Summary Ahead of upcoming regulation and CP1 2020, FairHeat, Guru Systems and Sycous share best practice using case [...]

Questions you should ask when choosing a pay-as-you-go system for heat networks

2023-03-01T11:28:04+00:004 September 2020|Categories: Archive|Tags: , , |

The heat network metering and billing regulations require heat suppliers to charge customers based on actual consumption wherever a heat meter is installed. For many building owners and operators, especially social housing providers and local authorities, the easiest way to meet this requirement, while also managing debt risk, is to [...]

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