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District heating is a method of providing heating and hot water in a more cost-effective and sustainable way, reducing fuel poverty and environmental impact, as well as improving energy security. Many UK farmers are benefitting from district heating and Adrian Fox, Technical Lead Project Manager – Renewable Energy at the National Trust, highlights some of the key considerations for planning a biomass scheme…

A district heating scheme generally consists of three components, the heat source, the district heat distribution system and the heat exchangers (heat interface units). Performance data is revealing that many of the UK’s heat networks are inefficient because of

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