Heat networks: how to create the investment opportunity
Increasing heat network provision to meet 2050 net-zero carbon emission goals will require up to £6 billion of private sector capital, but the sector is not reaching its potential with investors due to uncertain market demand and absence of regulation.
Baringa outlines five steps that will unlock the investment required to scale heat network infrastructure and supply.
Heat networks have large upfront capital expenditure and low initial returns. They require long-term investors. Read our report to find out more.
For more information please contact Rebecca Teasdale or Christina Slater.
Irish decarbonisation and end consumer benefits of Grid-Interactive UPS
A study on the role that data centres can play towards power sector decarbonisation in Ireland using Grid-Interactive UPS, a backup power supply technology.Read more
Green homes and net zero - the industry's response
The Baringa Green Homes white paper will combine contributions from the UK energy ecosystem to explore how green homes can be deliveredRead more
Heat & Buildings Strategy – lacking vision or a call to action for industry?
The announcements made on the Heat and Buildings strategy are a step forward; the transition to net zero requires unprecedented change over a rapid timeframe.Read more
Decarbonisation: heat pumps in the home
With the number of heat pumps needing to increase dramatically, we explore why the economics don’t add up today and the urgent action needed to address this.Read more