67) Heat Network Zoning - How Will It Deliver For Consumers

Heating is responsible for around 20% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions so decarbonising the heat in buildings will be essential to achieve net zero targets in GB. Heat networks go some way to providing a solution to this challenge and could provide up to a fifth of total UK heat by 2050. In particular, heat network zoning is how the government plan to establish and accelerate heat networks across England.In this podcast our Lead Research Analyst, Kate Hill, is joined by Stephen Knight from Heat Trust and George Munson from Leeds City Council to discuss heat network zoning and the impact this might have on consumers and how this could deliver for consumers.

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