Heat Network Regulations 2014
The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 were introduced to meet the requirements of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), which promotes energy efficiency in the EU in order to achieve the binding target of a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to 1990 levels in all member states by 2020.
For heat suppliers in district heating schemes
A heat supplier is defined as a person or organisation that supplies heat and charges for the supply of heating, cooling or hot water to a final customer.
This includes district heating schemes, which can extend to thousands of local authority dwellings or large commercial buildings.
Landlord heating responsibilities
The Heat Network Regulations also includes individual landlords providing heating and hot water as part of a domestic or commercial tenancy agreement, including within a service charge.
Electricity and Gas Meter regulations
If you have a large estate of properties, particularly legacy properties which are not closely monitored or multi-occupancy buildings without individual metering, you may need to take action, due to electricity and gas meter regulations
Heat Network Regulations feasibility audit
Bureau Veritas works with organisations to complete a Heat Network Regulations feasibility audit, which can include:
• Business audit and site inspection to establish requirement
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