Heat networks form an important part of the Government’s plan to reduce carbon and cut heating bills for customers.
Recent spikes in wholesale energy prices have sent shockwaves around the world and ignited the debate about the need to accelerate the transition away from gas boilers as the primary means to heat our homes and businesses.
On Wednesday 27 April, the Danish Embassy in the UK is organising a conference looking at the potential for heat networks across the South East of England. The event will highlight recent local heat network developments including examples from Crawley Borough Council, Kent County Council and Adur & Worthing Councils.
You will also hear from industry from in Denmark about their experiences of transitioning heat networks to net-zero by integrating renewables as well as waste-heat.
Come along to find out how 90% of heat network customers in Denmark have seen unchanged or falling heat prices despite the gas price increase, whilst 90% of customers on individual solutions have seen price rises.