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.
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