This report from the Carbon Trust provides advice on how to carry out stakeholder engagement in practice within heat networks.
Stakeholder engagement articles
Five key lessons from the Carbon Trust, based on their experience supporting local authorities in developing district energy projects.
This handbook from the Upgrade DH project describes technical and non-technical approaches for upgrading existing systems.
Cities face many difficulties in their ambition to cut carbon emissions through the optimisation of heating and cooling solutions. The...
Interconnecting cities district heating grids can achieve more efficient production units, better economics and more resilience.
Innovative solutions for buildings through optimisation of substations, and recommendations for regulating radiator temperature.
Innovative IT solutions give the end-users the possibility to understand, monitor, predict and control their energy consumption.
This webinar focuses on surplus heat recuperation from a public transportation system, and from a waste incineration plant.
Two critical issues for end-users are low price and high-quality service, which are both essential in order to maintain long-term demand.
The market perspective of how to become more customer-oriented in district heating, and comfort agreements, are presented.
The CCC tool is useful when understanding the context of a change in relation to time and system levels.
The creation and implementation of London’s energy strategy is presented, as well as the London Heat Map that forms the city’s energy master plans.