The Low Carbon Revolution: Eneteq’s Richard Johnson Discusses District Heating With BESA

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Richard Johnson, Director of Eneteq Service Ltd, has recently spoken to the BESA (Building Engineering Services Association) regarding the rapid expansion of District Heating Networks in the UK and the part we play in this low carbon revolution.

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