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How does a heat network work?

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Heat networks are a low-carbon solution for supplying heat and hot water to large apartment blocks. Heat is generated in a central location (i.e. a basement plant room) and distributed to each flat through a network of pipes.

Instead of individual boilers, each flat is fitted with a Heat Interface Unit (HIU). The HIU transfers heat from the building’s pipe network into your home and can be adjusted to suit personal preferences. Your HIU is fitted with a heat meter which accurately records the amount of energy used, to be used for billing purposes.


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