In August, we hosted the latest installation in our series of free webinars, titled “Everything You Wanted to Know about District Heating”. 

Delivered by our Asset Management Consultant, Gary Miller, the webinar was a high-level overview of the areas clients commonly require support with regarding the design, installation, and management of District Heating. M-Four have worked on some of the largest District Heating Networks in Scotland, and we were eager to share our experience and knowledge on this topic. 

Through our involvement on large District Heating projects, we have identified key areas that clients are looking for support with, which Gary explored throughout the webinar This included a breakdown of the differences between communal heating systems and district heat networks, the benefits of using them, and the Scottish Government’s role in supporting Heat Networks, where Gary looked at the Heat Network (Scotland) Act 2021.  

The webinar also focused on the design and construction aspects of heat networks, as well as taking a closer look at heat suppliers, metering & billing, and all the related duties regarding that. Gary concluded the with a breakdown of the available Scottish Government funding for Heat Networks, and a comprehensive discussion of the ways in which M-Four can support Heat Network projects with our tailored end to end support.  

The session was rounded up with an interactive Q&A slot, giving participants the opportunity to post questions for Gary and, our Director, Dave Falla to answer.   

If you were not able to attend the webinar and would like to catch up, a recording is available on YouTube… 

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We look forward to releasing more webinar dates and topics soon hosted by our expert team, available on Eventbrite soon. 

If you have any additional questions or queries following the session that you’d like our team to help you with, please contact endfuelpoverty@m-four.org.      

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