Fortum Heating & Cooling (part of Fortum Corporation) is one of the leading district heating providers with more than 50 years of experience in developing, operating and owning district heating schemes in major cities in the Nordics and Europe.
We are one of the largest technical service providers in the UK and Ireland, with extensive expertise and experience in engineering services, technical facilities management and systems integration.
Vital Energi is the market leader in sustainable energy generation, distribution and energy reduction solutions. We create and deliver superior quality sustainable energy solutions that cut energy bills, are kind to the environment and provide security of supply.
Communal Energy Partners manages district heating systems or energy centres on high end residential and commercial developments.
SSE Enterprise invests in and develops a wide range of distributed energy solutions for industrial, commercial and public sector markets across the UK and Ireland. One of our principal markets is Heat Networks, where we offer services to build, own, operate and maintain networks to both private and public sector clients, offering significant investment of our own.
Formed in April 2012, the London Legacy Development Corporation’s purpose is to use the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of the London 2012 Games and the creation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to develop a dynamic new heart for east London, creating opportunities for local people and driving innovation and growth in London and the UK.
After an intensive five-year market research programme, Sheffield Heat [...]
1Energy works alongside Local Authorities to develop and fund city-centre district energy projects from initial feasibility study through to construction and operation, remaining as owner and operator of the projects. We focus primarily on connecting office and commercial buildings and the supply of bulk heat to residential developments.
Hemiko invests in, designs, builds, operates and maintains district and communal heat networks. We have £1 billion of investment to deploy into town- and city-wide low carbon heat networks by 2030, working alongside communities, businesses and local authorities. We also provide metering and billing services, and consultancy services.
NCH was formed a after stock transfer in March 2009 from the local authority Newport City Council. One of their first priorities was to improve Duffryn district heating system. The system had not had any major improvements since the properties were built in the 1970’s. The existing plant and underground pipe work had been serviced and maintained over the years and was in good condition.