Jack White and Georgina Orso hosted a webinar discussing the white paper recently published by Guru Systems. The subject matter detailed ambient networks, shared ground loop arrays, and heat network regulations.
The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations require heat networks to fit heat meters, measure consumption in individual homes, and then bill the customer living in that home based on the amount of heat they use.
However, a grey area exists around what exactly is meant by the term ‘heat network’. Designers and developers of heat networks are left unsure of whether they are required to fit meters and comply with the Regulations.
- Explains the different types of network. (Heat networks with only centralised generation of heat, Ambient loop networks, Shared ground loop arrays)
- Explores how the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations relate to each type of network
- Outlines the changing regulatory landscape in heat networks. For example Ofgem, and how monitoring of heat networks might be affected
- Discusses the benefits of monitoring heat networks for improved performance and resident satisfaction
This webinar was presented live on Tuesday 13th December, 11:00 – 11:45GMT .
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