Saving energy at a stroke in leisure centre swimming pools

Improved insulation in wet leisure centres not only cuts heat loss through walls and windows, but also allows swimming pools to operate at a higher relative humidity, resulting in energy savings as ventilation rates are reduced. Dee Associates’ Mike Hancock explains

Hydrogen’s role in a net zero future

With the government’s decision on the use of hydrogen for heating expected in 2026, Max Fordham’s Bill Watts discusses the options for decarbonising heating systems

Above and beyond: Heat network pipework design

Implementing innovative approaches to pipework routing, such as above-ground distribution planters, will be critical in future urban energy networks, says GreenSCIES’ Dr Akos Revesz, in a paper presented at the 2021 Technical Symposium