Tuesday 8th November 2016 Cumbria - Penrith, The Rheged Centre
A series of seminars exploring the legal requirements of providing heat from a district heating network, and how to deliver greater efficiency from your system.
The new Heat Network Regulations, which come into force in December 2016, have significant implications for the owners and operators of district heating schemes of all sizes. The uptake of district heating using biomass boilers has been considerable under the Renewable Heat Incentive, with hundreds of new schemes installed across the UK since 2011.
Many installers and scheme owners have implemented biomass district heating projects without fully understanding the legislative environment in which they will operate. In addition, there is mounting concern and evidence that many biomass district heating schemes are not operating as efficiently as they could. Re:heat are running a series of technical seminars where you can find out more about compliance with the Heat Network Regulations, how to improve scheme efficiency, and also get an RHI and biomass sector update.
To book a place or find out more about this seminar series, please contact Melissa Rowell
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.reheat.uk.com/heatnetworks.