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Low Carbon Heating

We're turning up the heat on carbon emissions - and low carbon heating is a key part of our plans to achieve net zero by 2050.

Some key facts...

£6.1 million

set aside for 

heat pump installation

between 2015 - 2023

Some types of heat pumps 

cause up to a 

26% 

reduction in 

household bills

300,000

heat pumps to be

installed every year 

by 2050

We have just published our Low Carbon Heating Strategy for 2022.

The document endeavours to lay the foundations for the de-carbonisation of heating, providing an insight to the various methods available and the possible impact this might have on the local grid.

Low carbon technologies are expected to play an important role in achieving the UK’s targets for improving air quality and reducing carbon emissions. To make the process simpler for installers, the Energy Networks Association created a combined application form which can be used for both electric vehicle charging points and heat pumps. 

You can access the combined application form below. For more information, please visit the Energy Networks Association.

ENA EV and HP application form

Here you can access and download the ENA combined application form.

A Guide on Heat Pumps and DNO Engagement with Local Authorities and other building owners

This guide is intended for local authorities and other building owners who are considering using Heat Pumps to meet the net zero targets in the UK. 

Connecting a new EV charging point or heat pump

This will give you more information about connecting a new EV charging point or heat pump.

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