A Time of change
The UK’s energy network is undergoing a period of huge development. Changes in market regulations are leading to smarter, more flexible networks, providing further opportunities for innovation.
The increasingly decentralised energy system has led to more public and private sector bodies developing district heating networks (DHNs), which offer more efficient transportation of heat, as well as allowing a broader range of energy sources to be used. One such source is a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system, which produces less carbon and delivers cheaper energy bills than coal or gas fired power stations. The fuel generated by a CHP system can also be easily stored to meet future energy demands.
We regularly advise local authorities, energy companies and local enterprise partnerships on the technical aspects and master planning for these exciting technologies.
Project analysis and scoping, including technical potential
Business case preparation
Private wire and infrastructure planning and design
Technical due diligence
Help with community engagement and consultation
Quality assurance and procurement
Help in securing finance, including government grants
Smart energy audits
Energy planning requirements, compliance and optimisation strategies