L&Q is one of the UK's leading housing associations and one of London's largest residential developers.
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.
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Shetland Heat Energy and Power Ltd has been serving district heating to both domestic and non domestic properties in Lerwick since 1998. Hot water is pumped around Lerwick through underground insulated pipes and enters properties through a heat exchanger, supplying their heating and hot water needs. The heat used in the scheme is generated at a Waste to Energy Incinerator located on the outskirts of Lerwick.
Thameswey Energy is the energy trading name of the Thameswey group of companies. Thameswey was established in 1999 by Woking Borough Council. As an energy and enviornmental services company, Thameswey provide effective solutions across both public and private sectors to meet the ambitious carbon reduction targets laid out in the Council's Climate Change Strategy.
Enviroenergy Limited is a company wholly owned by Nottingham City Council, and established in 1972. They are primarily tasked with operating the Nottingham District Energy Network, which is one of the largest in the UK. As an Energy-from-Waste scheme they utilise steam produced through the incineration of 160,000 tonnes of domestic and commercial waste collected in Nottingham and three surrounding districts at the Eastcroft incinerator on the outskirts of Nottingham City Centre.