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17th November 2020
Following an industry-wide consultation process earlier this year, on 6th November 2020 BEIS released its latest amendments to the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations.
24th September 2020
Along with our partner SAV Systems, we’re delighted that our KURVE product has been shortlisted for a Decentralised Energy Award 2020 in the ‘Heat Award – Innovation’ category.
25th August 2020
18th May 2020
When we say that the Insite Energy team really cares, you may not be aware of the many different ways in which we make sure you have the support you need.
11th May 2020
In February this year, the UK government's Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a consultation seeking views from across the heat network industry on policy options to develop a regulatory framework for heat networks.
6th May 2020
While the Insite Energy team remains fully operational during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been inspired to hear what some of our family members have been doing outside of working hours to help others.
31st March 2020
With four stars and a rating of 'Great', Insite Energy is now the top-rated metering and billing company for heat networks on consumer review website Trustpilot.
25th March 2020
How Insite Energy is working to maintain the supply of heat to your homes – information for landlords/heat providers and residents connected to heat networks.
12th March 2020
Insite Energy has launched a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training seminar for housing associations and social landlords wishing to increase their understanding of heat networks and how best to operate them.
12th March 2020
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunaq, yesterday outlined a number of funding commitments for low carbon heat in his Budget Statement. An element of that is a £270 investment in a new Green Heat Network Fund to run from 2022 to 2025, to follow on from the Heat Network Investment Project. It is designed to ensure that heat networks adopt the most cost-effective low carbon heat sources.