Bringing low carbon heating to England's capital.

Brent Cross Town

Working with Related Argent and Barnet Council in London, Vattenfall will design, build and operate a new district heat network for one of Europe's largest developments - Brent Cross Town. This will supply low-carbon heating and hot water to 6,700 new homes and 3 million square feet of new office, retail and commercial space.

Riverside Heat Network

Representing a multimillion-pound investment, the Riverside Heat Network will connect over 25,000 homes and businesses across London Borough of Bexley and Royal Borough of Greenwich to a low carbon heat network throughout the next 10 years, boosting local business and advancing the circular economy.​

Who we help

We bring a strong team, investment, and more to help grow, optimise and run your network.

We bring experience to the issues developers face in making their vision a reality.

Finding scalable and reliable solutions with minimum disruption to residents.

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