Heat Network Regulation Seminars

re:heat is running a series of technical seminars where you can find out more about compliance with the Heat Network Regulations, how to improve district heating scheme efficiency, and also get an RHI and biomass sector update.

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Heat Network Regulation Seminars

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.

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’s mounting concern that many biomass district heating schemes are not operating as efficiently as they could.

How to Book

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Who Should Attend?

The seminars are intended for anyone who owns or is developing a biomass district scheme – particularly in the rural, forestry or agricultural sectors. Housing associations and local authorities will also benefit.

Dates and Locations

Tuesday 27th September Ayrshire
Tuesday 11th October Aberdeenshire
Tuesday 25th October Perthshire
Tuesday 8th November Cumbria
Tuesday 15th November North Yorkshire
Tuesday 22nd November Scottish Borders
Tuesday 6th December Northumberland

Start time: 9.45 am with registration and coffee

End time: 1.00 pm following a buffet lunch

Seminar Agenda

•09.45am – Registration and coffee
•10.00am – Introductions by re:heat
•10.15am – Scope and purpose of the Heat Meter Regulations
•10.45am – Legal compliance
•11.00am – Improving efficiencies and troubleshooting biomass heating schemes
•11.45am – Update on RHI and national policy
•12.15pm – Networking and lunch
•01.00pm – End

Seminar Partners

These seminars have been created and organised by re:heat Ltd working in conjunction with the following partners:
•Northern England – Ward Hadaway Law Firm
•Scotland – Scottish Land & Estates, Harper Macleod LLP and Energy Saving Trust

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