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Welcome to Sustainable Heating & Cooling by Sweden by Sweden. We aim to accelerate the expansion of sustainable heat networks in the UK and France by facilitating greater knowledge-sharing and spurring collaboration between political leaders, industry and academia. Read about the latest news and insights within sustainable heating and cooling in the UK and France here.

Trust, transparency and a clear agenda are key in the development of district heating

Progress, challenges and barriers in the area of district heating and cooling in the Nordic region and Ireland

The UK and France heat markets from a Swedish supplier's perspective

International experiences from members of SHC by Sweden

HL Hydronics' growth journey in the UK

HL Hydronics' fast expansion in the UK

Heat pumps in district heating networks

Strong demand for heat pumps in Europe

Helsinki 1 Million Euro Energy Challenge

Can you solve the future of heating?

International: Promoting Swedish District Heating & Cooling Tech in China (2020)

Opportunities in China

International: Strong district energy growth rate opens up opportunities in the Middle East

Opportunities in the Middle East

Heat Networks (Scotland) Bill

A brief summary of the Bill

Eight things for cities to consider when planning district heating networks

Key considerations for a city planning sustainable heating and cooling

News update February 2020

Swedish Vattenfall wins bid in Scotland

SHC by Sweden for more integrated solutions

We are Sustainable Heating & Cooling by Sweden!

New report from the ADE

Laying the foundations for net zero

District Energy by Sweden: Best Practice Guide

Sharing 65 years of experience

National gathering of Swedish heating and cooling industry

Sustainable Heating & Cooling by Sweden

International: District heating opportunities in France for Swedish companies

Opportunities in France

International: District Heating & Cooling - Insights for the U.S. market

Areas of opportunity in the U.S.

International: District energy opportunities in China for Swedish companies

Opportunities in China

Time to say goodbye to the gas boiler?

No more gas boilers from 2025

Heat Networks by Sweden participation at launch of CELSIUS 2.0

Celebrating the official launch of CELSIUS 2.0

Experts to be paid more than £50 million to develop Stoke-on-Trent's 'Heat Network'

UK’s first National District Heat Skills Academy

Swedish heat networks suppliers took centre stage at ecobuild 2018

Sweden at ecobuild 2018

UK heat networks consumers pay less for heat

New heat network market report

Achieving 100% renewable energy in heat networks

Renewable heat networks

Build and plan with trust as the foundation

A more sustainable business model

Three solutions for successful integration of heat networks

Knowledge sharing from the Swedish Energy Research Centre

Connecting Scandinavian Heat Networks with the UK supply chain

Insights from Manchester and Stoke

Five ways to reduce return temperatures in heat networks

Reducing return temperatures in heat networks

Heat pumps and Thermal storage

Heat pumps and Thermal storage

Implementing innovations in existing heat networks schemes

Implementing innovations

From Manchester to Crawley: local authority-led heat networks projects

Local authority-led heat networks projects

Heat Networks out and about across the UK

Heat Networks out and about across the UK

Yes, the Swedish heat networks model can work in the UK

Yes, the Swedish heat networks model can work in the UK

Research article by Dr Sven Werner

Expertise from Sweden in district heating and cooling

A closer look at a leading local authority

Stoke-on-Trent district heating scheme

UK overview from a supplier's perspective

Report - Opportunities in the UK heat networks market

Heat Network Investment Project HNIP launched - next steps

Heat Network Investment Project HNIP launched

Local authorities leading district energy

Local authorities leading district energy

New policy requirements in London open up for green heat supply solutions

Achieving carbon neutral buildings with CHP

A closer look at the UK and Sweden

History of Heating

The latest within heat networks

Leading trends in heat network development

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