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BLOG: CBx on Heat – ARE THE RIGHT BUTTONS BEING PUSHED?

By CBxchange
This Autumn is the climax to our year-long research project into optimising existing Heat Networks (what else would we be talking about?!) with our user-friendly report being released in the next month. Getting perhaps a little too excited, we will be sharing some [...]

October 13th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: CBx on Heat – ARE YOU IN CHARGE?

By CBxchange
This Autumn is the climax to our year-long research project into optimising existing Heat Networks (what else would we be talking about?!) with our user-friendly report being released in the next month. Getting perhaps a little too excited, we will be sharing some [...]

October 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: CBx on Heat – ARE YOU TURNED ON?

By CBxchange
This Autumn is the climax to our year-long research project into optimising existing Heat Networks (what else would we be talking about?!) with our user-friendly report being released in the next month. Getting perhaps a little too excited, we will be sharing some [...]

September 29th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: Low Carbon Heat Networks

Low Carbon Heat Networks

By Patrick Elwell, Sustainability Analyst at CBx
Have you ever bought something expensive and then hidden it away to never be used again? Perhaps you have if you’re a classic car enthusiast, but for the majority of us the idea would seem [...]

June 30th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: Business Energy Tax Reform

Business Energy Tax Reform

By Patrick Brown, Assistant Director (Sustainability and Construction) at the British Property Federation
Policy failure, they say, should break your heart.  Embodied in the Business Energy Tax Reform was a recognition that the policy framework with regard to energy use in buildings [...]

April 12th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: Heat Technology Innovations

Heat Technology Innovations

By Ashley Bateson, Partner & Head of  Sustainability at Hoare Lea
MSc CEng CEnv FCIBSE MIE
Nearly half of the energy consumption in the UK is used for heating, so it’s important to understand how we utilise the heat (in buildings and industry) and where [...]

March 8th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|