Project duration: July 2019- July 2020
Regen is supporting the Bristol City Council Energy Service on its heat network delivery, by providing project management support, funded by the Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU).
Heat networks (also known as district heat) are networks of underground pipes that carry hot water and supply heat from a central source to consumers. The central heat source is known as an energy centre and many solutions can be used to generate heat. Across Bristol, networks are being designed to be low carbon.
Since July 2019, Regen has been embedded in the energy infrastructure team, providing sector knowledge and project management expertise. We are responsible for managing and critiquing feasibility studies, engaging with internal and external stakeholders and ensuring the successful delivery of projects with a view to increasing the build-out of low carbon heat networks across Bristol, in line with the Council’s declaration of Net Zero by 2030.
To find out more about our work on Heat networks, contact Kerry Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org.