Heat Networks - Sustainability by Sweden has been busy attending district energy events and meetings across the UK - All Energy, seminars, the 38th Euroheat & Power congress and more. These are good opportunities to meet industry stakeholders from the UK as well as beyond, pointing to an increased awareness of and interest in heat networks and low-carbon energy. Some of the companies in our network, such as Wideco, Swep, Elgocell, Gotfire and Jernforsen, exhibited with their own stands and found concrete audiences.
If you have met us or the companies in our network, please do not hesitate to get in touch to continue discussions or find out more about our suppliers on our website. If you missed out on sessions on for example policy, digitalisation or city-level heat network development, download presentations or watch recordings of this year’s EuroHeat & Power congress sessions here. Keep an eye on our calendar to see where you can meet us during the rest of the year.
Our colleague Stella Faber was interviewed during the congress on the topic of digital heat networks, read the interview here.
Sweden is at the forefront of decentralised heat networks technology. Our aim for “Heat Networks – Sustainability by Sweden” is to facilitate knowledge sharing between British and Swedish stakeholders and develop and encourage environmental and economic best practice.
To find out how we can help you and your organisation, please contact our London-based “Heat Networks” team. We can introduce you to leading consultants, suppliers of technology and services who will be pleased to share know-how of the development of heat network solutions.