District heating: Slow growth for vital networks

District heating networks when combined with low-carbon heat sources make fundamental sense in decarbonising UK cities. Philip Lightowlers investigates whether networks are developing or if new growth incentives are needed

by Philip Lightowlers
After 20 years, the South East London Combined Heat and Power plant is finally getting CHP and a district heating network (credit: London Borough of Southwark)
After 20 years, the South East London Combined Heat and Power plant is finally getting CHP and a district heating network (credit: London Borough of Southwark)

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