Heat networks

Even though I’m doing something a little different now I really appreciate the credit for my input to this from POST, UK Parliament . Heat remains a hugely important topic in decarbonisation.

‘A heat network provides heating and hot water to an apartment, commercial site or series of buildings close together. It can also provide cooling. There is interest in using them to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from UK buildings. This POSTnote looks at the technology of heat networks and their sources of heat. It looks at considerations when building new networks. It also outlines a potential future market framework.’

The POST notes are great and I’d really recommend a follow. If you’ve not come across POST they provide MPs with independent scientific advice on key topics.

The full report is available here:

John Armstrong is author of ‘The Future of Energy‘. The no-nonsense guide to sustainability, renewable energy, climate change and the energy transition.

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