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Investing in the UK’s heat infrastructure: Heat networks

UK heat networks represent a significant investment opportunity across distribution, generation, storage, controls and customer interface.

Documents

Heat Infrastructure Investment Pipeline (quarterly publication)

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Heat Infrastructure Investment Pipeline (quarterly publication)

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Detail

UK heat infrastructure is a significant and growing investment opportunity.

Delivering the current pipeline of heat infrastructure projects will require up to £2 billion of capital investment over the next 10 years. It will require investment from a range of funding sources.

For the supply chain this pipeline also represents £3.2 to 6.4 billion of operations and maintenance contracts across the 40 year lifetime of these low-carbon energy infrastructure assets.

The ‘Investing in the UK’s heat infrastructure: Heat Networks’ guide introduces the heat infrastructure investment pipeline. This has been developed for investors and supply chain companies with a potential interest in the opportunities presented by the fast developing UK heat network market.

The ‘Investing in the UK’s heat infrastructure: Heat Networks’ guide sets out:

  • scale of the heat infrastructure investment opportunity
  • heat infrastructure investment timeframes
  • heat infrastructure supply chain opportunities
  • investment climate
  • investor and supply chain support

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