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EVORA EDGE Appointed by Wrekin Housing Trust for Heat Network Project


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Our new technical engineering division, EVORA EDGE, has been appointed by Wrekin Housing Trust to oversee the re-commissioning and ongoing monitoring of the heat network at their Northfield Village Site in Stafford.

A major challenge with heat networks in the UK is to deliver system reliability with an effective metering and monitoring strategy. Wrekin Housing Trust experienced initial problems with the Northfield Energy Centre and approached EVORA EDGE Director Neil Dady to resolve the problems and provide ongoing monitoring support.

Having overseen some significant remedial repair works, EVORA EDGE has now produced a guide for the recommissioning works, taking into account the requirements of CIBSE CP1: Heat Networks: Code of practice for the UK.

Once recommissioning is complete, ongoing monitoring will be undertaken, including reporting for the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.

Neil comments:

“Having worked with Wrekin Housing Trust for a number of years delivering energy reduction projects, it is pleasing that we have now been appointed to oversee such a significant project for the Trust”

Both Neil and fellow EVORA EDGE Director Andrew Cooper are CIBSE approved Heat Network Consultants.

To learn more about EVORA EDGE, or for any questions about heat networks, please don’t hesitate to contact our experts today.