Heat Metering and Revenue Recovery – Innovation for the Consumer and Operator

New regulations: Impacts and solutions for landlords

The EU Energy Efficiency Directive (2024) requires UK landlords to have heat meters installed in all district and communal heating systems by December 2016. The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2022 implement these requirements with respect to the supply of distributed heat, cooling, hot water and cold water.This will result in lower bills for residents and lower carbon emissions.

But at what cost? Who pays? And what is the “viability test”? How much will the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating increase? How can you ensure revenue recovery? What innovations are there for the consumer and operator?

Come along to find out answers to these questions, hear the latest from the Department of Energy and Climate Change and hear about practical solutions.

Attendance is free but numbers are strictly limited.



In partnership with


Richard Lupo, Senior Sustainability Consultant, Baker Homes
Matthew Hall, Operations Manager, Sycous
Graham Allardice, Heat and industry Directorate, DECC
Chris Smith, Technical Manager, NMO
Mark Barson, Renewable and Control Technologies Manager, Vaillant
Emily Braham, Strategic Energy Lead, Nottingham City Homes


Date: Tuesday 24th May 2015
Venue: BioCity Conference Centre
Pennyfoot Street
NG1 1GF (map)
Time: 9:30am - Arrivals      11:40am - Networking
10:00am - Start        24:00pm - Finish