Low-Carbon Energy Networks Explained


Heating homes and workplaces currently contribute to approximately 23%* of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. Transitioning away from fossil fuels and achieving net zero emissions is a top priority globally. Low-carbon heat networks are the greenest heating upgrade, providing a sustainable solution to reduce carbon emissions and move towards a greener future.


Minimising electrical capacity requirements means faster connections for developers and lower-cost heat for end users.


Exceeding Standards from Day One

Our low-carbon energy networks not only provide immediate carbon savings surpassing the Future Homes Standard but will transition to net-zero without the need for further work or disruption and offer a future-proof solution for UK development.

  • Low Carbon

    Our heat networks will achieve 75-80% carbon savings from day one – ahead of the 2025 deadline for Future Home Standards.

  • Zero-Carbon-Ready

    As the electricity grid becomes zero-carbon, so will our heat network. There is no need for retrofitting, bolt-on technologies, or adaptations.

  • Future-Proof

    Ours is a long-term, sustainable solution. As technologies advance, we can add them to the network. This could include a seamless transition to hydrogen boilers in the energy centre.

  • Bespoke Design

    Our low-carbon energy heat solutions can be individually designed to meet planning preferences or specific site requirements.

  • Tried and Tested

    Our solutions are tried and tested on all fronts, offering customers fair and regulated prices, with lower build costs for developers.

  • Cost-Effective

    No public funding, loans or grants are needed.

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